Should I Home School?: How to Decide What's Right for You & Your Child

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InterVarsity Press, 1997 - Education - 170 pages
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-- Experienced home schoolers help families evaluate whether home schooling is best for them.-- Shows parents what it takes to home school successfully.-- Presents both positive and negative aspects of home schooling and discusses other options: Christian school, boarding school, public school.Do I Have The Right Kind Of Background To Home School my child? Where can I find support and training? Will home schooling be good for my child? What kinds of testing and other requirements do states impose on home schoolers?This is a book about asking questions and finding answers that are right for you and your child. Elizabeth and Dan Hamilton don't presume to have all the answers. What they do have is experience as home schoolers themselves and feedback from many others who have had positive and negative experiences with home schooling. This practical book is a compilation of the information they have gathered to help others make life-shaping decisions with their families. If you are considering home schooling your child, this is the book you need to read first.

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Contents

Why Are You Reading This Book?
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What Do You Mean by a Good Education?
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What Choices Do You Have?
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About the author (1997)

Daniel Hamilton works for Century 21 Judge Fite Company as director of training, director of career development, and recruiter. He also serves as president and founder of InveSTAR's real estate investment group. Hamilton is the author of "Real Estate Marketing and Sales Essentials" and the co-authored "Real Estate Agency Law".

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