Essay on Home Schooling

Submitted By Jabudar1
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Home Schooling
Doorway to Opportunity or decline of Rights Homeschooling or home school (also called home education or home learning) is the education of children at home, typically by parents but sometimes by tutors, rather than in other formal settings of public or private school. There are so many reasons for parents to decide to home school their children. The primary major reason is to achieve a better education in life as child might not be challenged enough in public or private school. Furthermore parents feel that children would be protected from sexual harassment, negative peer pressure, drugs, racism, and bullying. Finally, many are in favour of home schooling their children for cultural reasons. Parent would home school their child if for example Christian and they travel to a predominantly Islam country like Pakistan the parents would naturally disagree with school policies and vice versa. However many people would disagree to the whole policy for reasons such as parent could be seen to be depriving their child of integrating with mainstream society, or deny their children opportunities which are their right, such as social development.

Secondly there could be an unmonitored child abuse going on in the house but seeing as no one notices the abuse the child has no alternatives.
Finally with the lack of socialization with peers of different ethnic and religious backgrounds there is a possible potential development for religious and social…