The homeschoolers I have met will supplement their teaching by going to lectures by certified/degree holding persons. They will have persons with degree’s in englich or literature come in for a four or five week stint to teach harder to grasp concepts in both, or to teach the Greek plays and the like. Typically, to save and pool money, there are groups of homeschool parents that put their resources together and meet as larger groups with their kids while these concepts are taught. Almost like a small classroom, just at someone’s house or at a public place.
These kids, when they go off to college are way more intelligent and have a stronger grasp of their faith, psychological makeup, history, science, literature, languages, grammar, and the like, verses a public school student – who is dumbed down and must go to college to get what was taught in high school 50-years back. German, or Latin, French or some language is also taught. These kids are smart… and this is what the state want (I think) to curb.
They want dumbed down Darwinists running around being a good little statist, talking about secularism, talking about sex-ed and how great “alternative lifestyles” are. This is what is at the core of this legal battle that will be a stepping stone to curbing in home education that not all lifestyles are equal both morally and healthfully.
Nuts I say!
San Francisco Chronicle
I want to share a story by a person who decided to homeschool (actually supplement a portion of what the public doesn't teach) his kid. Very insightful. It is by an astronomer/scientist that will be pulling his kid out of school as well as teaching some homeshooled kids an area where the parents lack: