Home School Has Become a Popular Way of Education

So many reasons why parents choose to home school their children. Even though it has been said that the drop-out rate is higher than in public schools, it has been proven by the NHERI (National Home Education Research Institute) that home schooled children have a higher success rate for college education. NHERI conducts, collects and provides research on homeschooling and publishes the information in the Home School Researcher Journal. Home schooling has become very popular and some people believe that it provides a better education.
So many successful alumni’s that have done amazing accomplishments have been home schooled. There is Thomas Edison he is responsible for carbon, telephone and batteries. He started home-schooling at the age of 12 after a teacher said he was to slow. Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th U.S. president. He was home-schooled after frequent sickness and went on to attend Columbia Law School. Serena Williams is a tennis champion and began her home-schooling in her teens to focus on her training. She now assist underprivileged you around the world in receiving education. So many children through history have been home schooled and have become highly successful members of society. If you help the unfortunate, or a tennis player or a president everyone plays a supporting role in society.
Although home schooling has almost always been an option for parents worldwide, it has become more socially acceptable in recent years. There have been more research centers and children advocacy groups conducting research on the level of social skills in home-schooled children than ever before. This is helpful to home school programs, as it can give them information and recommendations on things to change that benefit...

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...tive members if society. The various social activities provided by home schooling programs prevent children from becoming antisocial, and give them the same sense of belonging that public school gives children.

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