Autism mother: Why I’ll never homeschool

Autism mother: Why I’ll never homeschool

Last week I linked a different story from the Examiner: Love a Child with Autism? Homeschool. This new article seems to be a rebuttal. She begins with the statement “I’ll always hold our local school system responsible for the education of my children”. Not a homeschooler’s attitude.

Finally, I am dismayed that, when faced with fighting the system and making it better or fleeing the system to make the same mistakes on someone else’s children, homeschooling parents choose the latter. Schools are our children’s first civics lessons, citizens coming together and pooling resources for the common good. Homeschooled kids learn that it’s better to take care of your own than to fight for a common cause. Read more…

UPDATE: The link works now.

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