The Disadvantages Of Homeschooling

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For so many decades in most countries around the world, education was offered to children in formal areas allocated for this purpose. These areas were mainly schools and colleges. A certain number of hours were assigned every day to education in which the children would leave home in the morning for school spend the whole day being taught in a series of classes as well as co-curricular activities. On a normal school day, children would be taught different subjects that the school offers have some time allocated for physical education and sports and also have breaks in-between for meals. Recently, however, homeschooling is on the rise in most parts of the world. Homeschooling is categories into three main techniques; Traditional method which is similar to…show more content…
Homeschooling also known as home education refers to the education of the children inside the home as opposed to a formal setting of a private or public school. This practice is on the rise with statistics showing that today more than two million kids are taught at home. Although many scholars support education that is offered in formal settings such as schools, homeschooling has been an effective alternative to a cheaper more wholesome method of educating children. This practice has immense positive effects on a child physically, mentally and socially with very dismal differences in terms of a child performance when compared to education offered in stricter environments such as a school. In this thesis, I will study the positive effects of homeschooling as a means of offering education. Home-schooling may have different effects on each child, although, many studies conformed that home-schooling children will result in healthy minded children because of the healthy surrounding environment, the parental supervision and the guidance of a

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