Guest Post at Organizing Your Way: Homeschooling is Not Optional

Today I’m over at another great blog, Organizing Your Way.  Scoot on over there and check it out!   While you’re there, take a peek at what Mandi has planned for the expansion of her site

All parents should homeschool their children.

What I just wrote may surprise some people, particularly given the fact that I have taught in the public school system, and have my own son registered to begin kindergarten this fall at our local public school.  But I’ll still stand by it.

Let me explain.

Many parents are very conscientious about the decision to enroll their children in private, public, charter, or home school.   They consider factors such as school quality, child personality, family situation, and so on.  Different families arrive at different answers.  Some families even arrive at different answers for different children.  There isn’t one perfect answer for everyone.

And yet, every child should be homeschooled.

Read the rest at Organizing Your Way…. Now at Motherhood… Your Way.  (A Life….Your Way blog.)

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5 Responses to Guest Post at Organizing Your Way: Homeschooling is Not Optional

  1. beautiful post! i couldn’t agree more!

  2. I love this post! I am so glad I ran across your blog. I was hoping that your title was what you meant, and I could not agree more. There is nothing more important than the education that kids get at home and you wrote about it beautifully!

  3. Amy

    This was a fantastic article! Thanks for writing it!

  4. Hi! I started to read this post, but the link to continue reading says that the post wasn’t found. Is there a way to update this one with the rest? Or can I find it elsewhere? Thanks!! -Nicole

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