A child is struggling to learn at his/ school. He is more of a visual learner, like learning with pictures and shapes in front of him. His school, however, does not have the power and funding to do such things for him, which leaves him struggling and get bad grades. Now, why does he have to struggle in a school system which can’t even support his learning style? School choice is the idea that parents should be able to choose which school they want to send their children to, whether they enroll them to private, charter, parochial or virtual schools, or just decide to homeschool them.
There are many studies that favor homeschooling, focusing the good results of home schooled students. Other studies state that home schooled students are basically not social and their education level may get hurt due to their parents’
The root of the major causes of school apathy is the ineffective curriculum used in schools all over the country. The current curriculum is designed to make all students college bound; however, not all students are going to attend college. For the students going straight into the workforce after high school, high school is viewed as a waste of time. According to a study performed by William J. Stull, the salary earned in the early workforce is not notably affected by the skills taught in high school (18). This fact justifies these students’ apathy toward school.
Homeschool students does not prepare for collage Nowadays children can get education anywhere easily, not only in formal school but also from homeschool. Homeschool have many meanings this does not always make the student or the child learn alone at home because now many home schools are even has its own place, the community usually have a place where their students can get proper education like in formal school but still make them feel like home, moreover homeschool community have teachers that are ready to give homeschoolers to get a proper education, many factors that support the kid to be homeschool such as disability, religious reasons, the idea of homeschool is to help normal students or some of the children who have disability to learn
According to HSLDA, (2001) most homeschooled children have limited opportunities to socialize and that leads to developing social phobias and experiencing social awkwardness. For example, not knowing how to deal with a situation because you have no experience or have not seen anyone go through it. Moreover homeschooled children who have been raised to indulge in certain homeschooling subcultures may socialize freely but only in a homogenous group, and have chances to experience a feeling of cultural alienation when they graduate and see the outer world. Ellen, M (2012), made further studies regarding the homeschooling children being anti-social, which is another outcome of homeschooling. She stated that the children who have their education at home are more likely to be anti-social and cannot cope with the real world and are
Homeschooling is an education which is privately done under the guidance of a parent and at home. Due to this, it does not rely on public or private school institutions for children education. This has proved to be an option for most American families especially with diminishing quality of education in public schools and unaffordable private schools. Most parents feel it’s better to homeschool their children, expose to better writing, communication skills than dump them into a system that no longer focuses on the welfare of students and quality of education
For many years, children growing up in a single parent family have been viewed as different. Being raised by only one parent seems impossible to many yet over the decades it has become more prevalent. In today’s society many children have grown up to become emotionally stable and successful whether they had one or two parents to show them the rocky path that life bestows upon all human beings. The problem lies in the difference of children raised by single parents versus children raised by both a mother and a father. Does a child need both parents?
Daren O’Toole in 2014 stated “as a society we must call upon our parents and our schools to provide necessary guidance, care and education to our children “.Unfortunately, mostly parents do not care about this statement. For example, there are parents who do not care about welfare and give guidance towards their own children. Furthermore, parents also do not care about education in school for their children. According to statistics, “In 2014, 69% of couple families with at least one child under 16 years of age had two working parents, up from 36% in 1976. This proportion increased in every province, but not equally among provinces “(Statistics Canada, 2015).
Low socioeconomic conditions negatively influence school readiness, academic achievement, and overall school success. Socioeconomic conditions and school readiness are developed long before the start of children’s formal education and previous learning environments vary across social lines (Pettigrew, 2009). For example middle and upper-class parents frequently enroll their children in daycare programs that offer curriculum adapted specifically toward preparing the children for future academic success. However, low-income families lack the means to provide such educational programs. Many economically disadvantaged children can have little or no experience in any type of educational setting prior to enrollment in kindergarten.
Arguments say that public schools benefit more than homeschooling. However, that is not the case. Both public school and homeschooling numbers are rising due to parents deciding to homeschool their children’s (Moreau 5). Education is where people learn by which developing