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May 21, 2020
The “S” Word: Why the Homeschooling Socialization Myth Is Exactly That–Part 1
Part 1: What is socialization in general and pertaining to homeschooling? The “S” word. It’s the one word that utterly exhausts and exasperates every homeschooling parent. Socialization has become the focal point of nearly every argument involving homeschooling, whether for or against. It’s the hot-button issue that virtually every opponent of homeschooling brings to the
The “S” Word: Why the Homeschooling Socialization Myth Is Exactly That–Part 2
Part 2: Socialization Isn’t an Issue for Homeschooled Children In our last post, we discussed what socialization actually means and how it applies to homeschooling. If you have experience with homeschooling, you probably cringe at the mere mention of the word “socialization.” If you’re not familiar with the world of homeschooling, here’s why the “S”
Homeschooling vs. School at Home: There Are Major Differences
As you’ve undoubtedly read and heard several times over the past few weeks, more than 55 million students in the United States are now home, with schools shut down from coast-to-coast due to the COVID-19 outbreak. A handful of states are considering closing for the fall semester, and it’s likely many more will follow suit.