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When you have to choose between homeschooling verses public school what do you pick

     It all depends on your circumstances. The public school system turns out some good kids but if you have the chance and the time, have a go at homeschooling. I think most people who turn to homeschooling verses

public school do so for their own reasons. Whether these reasons have anything to do with the public school system or not I don’t know. 

     In my case the first public school my daughter went to had problems and my wife was always screaming at them over the phone. All I said was someone has to be bottom of the class so if it is not my daughter it will be somebody else. Anyway my daughter was getting blamed for all the problems so we took her out of that school and put her in another one. 

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     Mind you we put her back in grade one again at the new school. My daughter loved this school but we still had a few problems. The school thought she had add or something but I was not going to get her checked. Anyway she fitted in and the teachers accepted her. 

     Things went on fine. We had a mutual agreement with the school ‘someone had to be bottom of the class so why can’t my daughter be there’ and we left it there. The teachers stopped complaining and everything was fine for years, but then I got transferred. 

     The problems started again with the new public school and this time my daughter didn’t even want to go to school. So we decided to take her out of school and homeschool her. The school was very helpful mainly because they didn’t want any problem kids at their school. 

     So I think it all depends on what the public school is like. If you are not happy with the public school do it yourself. For more information about homeschooling verses public school see our Homeschooling Page.

   To have a chat to other parents and to find out more about learning to read go to our forum.

Thank you for your time


Peter Legrove





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