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Homeschooling Can Encourage Socialization

Yesterday I wrote about how some non-homeschooling individuals are still worried about homeschooling and socialization. Serendipitously, I just read an article by a Marisa Chow, a Contra Costa Times Teen Correspondent and a homeschooled teen in the Bay Area of California. In Teens: Home schooling aids, rather than inhibits, socialization, Marisa states:

Not . . . → Read More: Homeschooling Can Encourage Socialization

Worried about Socialization and homeschooling? Get over it!

We began homeschooling in 1996 and at that time, the one thing above all else that concerned those who heard we were homeschooling was “socialization.” Over the years, this continues to be THE concern most voiced, even though a generation of homeschoolers have proven it is a non-issue.

In an otherwise spot-on article about . . . → Read More: Worried about Socialization and homeschooling? Get over it!

The Harm of Kids Raising Kids

I am pleased to welcome Guest Blogger Roberta Gibson. Be sure to visit Roberta’s blog, Growing With Science.

We have heard so much about the S-word (socialization) and homeschooling. People who send their children to public schools always bring it up, seeming to imply that homeschooled children sit at home in the dark all . . . → Read More: The Harm of Kids Raising Kids