Family Matters: Why Home Schooling Makes Sense
Where education takes place, family matters; homeschooling is just one way of embodying that neglected truth and reaffirming the bond between parents and their child. Addressing the questions that any parent would ask - "What about your sons' socialization?" "Aren't you abandoning the schools?" "Is it legal?" "How can you afford it?"--Guterson also provides a broader context: the astonishing academic success of homeschooled children (regardless of their parents' own.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - chndlrs - LibraryThing
If you read Snow Falling on Cedars, you may recall how fun Guterson is to read. His prose is quirky, though not ever clumsy. In this non-fiction book, he informs, educates, inspires, and entertains ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - morningsidefamily - LibraryThing
An intelligently written book to convince yourself or give to the relatives. The line about homeschoolers missing their cues at cocktail parties or remaining caterpillars blinking unhappily at the ... Read full review
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