Let’s Talk About Some Public School Myths

It’s extremely common for homeschoolers to be inundated with public school myths by people who disagree with their way of life. While they are often well-intentioned, the problem is that most of these myths are simply accepted because they have been repeated for so long. When you actually think about them and do a little research, it becomes plainly clear that they just aren’t true.

It’s time to tackle a few.

10 Things I Don’t Miss About Public School

A homeschool mom’s reflections on her children’s time in public school

If you live in the northern hemisphere, chances are that summer break is here! As always, I’m seeing so many different reactions from parents about this time of year. Some are relieved and happy to have their kids home for a couple months. Some are feeling overwhelmed and are scrambling to figure out how to keep their kids occupied for the next 12 weeks. And still others are, unfortunately, trying to overcome the obstacles that have been thrown before them (NY and CA, I’m looking at you) and are trying to figure out what will become of their children’s education once summer is over.

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