It seems to me that homeschooling could work out well, given that one critical thing is true: smart, motivated parents.
Catherine, I’m curious as to what sort of parents are require to properly school a child through high school. I would guess that most people’s parents have no use for things like Calculus, Biology, and other advanced high school courses and have probably forgotten most of what they learned. Given that, I’d guess that most parents aren’t well-suited to teach such things.
So, I guess this is more of a question since I have no experience at all with homeschooling or homeschoolers. How critical are parents in the process? Is this something that a semi-motivated, semi-educated parent can make happen with success, or is there a hidden assumption that the parent(s) have a good, if not excellent, understanding of all the material that will be presented to the student through the high school level?
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