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View Poll Results: What are your thoughts on home-schooling?
I think it's a great alternative to the public system. 4 20.00%
I think it can be a good alternative to the public system under the right circumstances. 9 45.00%
I don't think it's a good alternative to the public system, but I don't think it should be illegal. 6 30.00%
I think it should be illegal. 1 5.00%
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Old 01-27-2017, 09:08 AM   #91 (permalink)
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Old 01-27-2017, 10:18 AM   #92 (permalink)
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when i was a kid there was a family across the street that had some kids they home schooled. we played football and baseball together and basketball. great people.

you could tell they were sheltered more though because they didnt get to experience public schools

they are all older now and are great people, so maybe home schooling it better?
I think some degree of sheltering is actually necessary and good. If you have none at all during development, you're going to have an increased chance of developing anxiety and neurotic behaviors because the world is a dangerous place.
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because the world is a dangerous place.
Is this not the argument behind nurture being bad

"The world is a dangerous place so make sure their upbringing doesn't resemble that at all that way they're completely blindsided as adults"
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Is this not the argument behind nurture being bad

"The world is a dangerous place so make sure their upbringing doesn't resemble that at all that way they're completely blindsided as adults"
There are numerous ways you can traumatize children that will affect them for life (both physical and emotional injuries). Some amount of exposure and letting them deal with problems on their own is necessary for growth. It's a fine line you have to walk as a parent.
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