Plucky Parents Choose Home Schooling

Moscow may be jam packed with sights, but 9-year-old Alina Gersib spends her days at home, pretending she’s Michelangelo painting the Sistine Chapel or a Roman soldier serving Caesar.
Her family’s apartment, in the city’s southern reaches, is her artist’s studio, or battlefield, as the case may be, filled to the brim with stacks of math tests and kids’ novels. There’s also a microscope for examining slides of pond life. Read more…

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