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What are pros and cons of homeschooling?

What are pros and cons of homeschooling?

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Lennon John

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Answered on Oct 30, 2018

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Answered on Oct 27, 2018

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Answered on Oct 16, 2018

Every educational system offers great opportunities for children to learn new information and skills, as well as harness their own unique qualities and interests. Homeschooling is no different than public school, private school, charter school, unschooling, and other models in that there are pros and cons.

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Daisy Rowley, daisyrowley, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles

Answered on Oct 01, 2018

When I first discovered homeschooling, it seemed that most families taking that path did so for religious reasons - so they could use a religious-based curriculum. Later on, I saw many families convert to homeschooling when traditional schools failed their children, some who had disabilities. Today, though, I see the majority of homeschooling families making the choice as a way to provide the very best education to their child when they write my paper. There are many benefits to homeschooling, but it is not easy and there are some cons to explore as well.



Answered on Mar 28, 2018

Before considering the pros and cons, let is consider the fact that homeschooling is a lot more flexible. Perhaps this is a pro of homeschooling itself. It helps children in taking all the time that they need in order to cover a particular concept. Otherwise, a student in school might have to move on with the rest of the classroom despite not having understood a particular concept.

One big disadvantage is that it can result in a lot of stress, and you usually have to plan the school-time activities at home and would hence have lesser time for your own self.

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