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Five common home school myths debunked

Ezekiel Benavides was home-schooled from preschool until 8th grade. He writes about the myths and stereotypes he has heard about home-schooling as he transitioned from home to a public charter school. “Although the stereotype of a child being kept behind locked doors is a common one, it’s simply untrue. Regardless of the parent’s views, a proper home-schooling environment allows students to learn about different philosophies and viewpoints in an unbiased way.” Other myths about home-schooled children, on the page for The Know.


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This entry was posted on March 26, 2016 by in Print, The kNOw and tagged .

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