About The Author
Fed Up With Public Schools?
Carol quickly grabbed the smoking pan from the stove and carefully slid it into the sink all the while never losing the timbre of her voice or faltering her words. Carol was relating the latest experience with the public school to her husband as she prepared their evening meal.
John listened intently to his wife. This was but another situation of at least a dozen others with regard to the elementary school where two of their children attended. And, the current school year had barely gotten started!
The behavior of their children’s schoolmates was worsening. The latest bullying incident was directed at their five year old son who had just begun his first experience with public school.
Not only behavior, but academic problems with the curriculum were becoming weekly occurrences. Their daughter had been diagnosed with a learning disability the year before. A specific course of study to accommodate her dyslexia diagnosis was supposed to be in place. In fact, that very program that the school had agreed on was being ignored.
Not only that, but Carol had finally reduced her own job to a part time status just so she was available to attend the countless meetings that the school system set to discuss her daughter’s special needs.
John listened carefully to Carol. When her words finally tapered off, he spoke. “It’s time,” he told Carol. We can turn our daughter’s studies around and make certain that John Jr. never has to go through public education.”
Are you the parent of a school age child? Have you ever been so disillusioned with the “system” that you’d like to just tear your hair out? Even private schools seem to get caught up in the bureaucracy of educating children.
The decision that John and Carol came to was removing their children from the public school system. It was a decision that they had thoroughly researched and did not take it lightly.
Granted, they realized that the extra income that Carol brought in would end so she could homeschool their children. But, so would some of the expenses.
Again, they had done due diligence and knew exactly what their decision would mean for their family and how it would impact everyone. They were willing to take the risk and made their decision with eyes wide open.
Is homeschooling an option for you? No one can answer that question for you. It isn’t a “one size fits all” kind of question or answer. But one thing we can do is help you to find out if it is right for you.
What is that and how do I get started?
It’s our guide written by a parent just like you. It was written by a mom who faced that decision and decided to share her own information and research.
While she doesn’t see herself as an expert in homeschooling, she has done the research that allowed her family to make that decision and hopes you can gain some insight from her experiences.
Her guide is:
- Easy to read, it’s very simply written.
- It shows you the practical research you need to do.
- You can get to work applying the ideas right away.
- It’s a bargain and well worth the small price.
What will you learn . . .
Learn about why you might want to homeschooling
Find out about the legal requirements for homeschooling
Discover how to homeschool YOUR children
How to select a curriculum or create your own
Using different methods of homeschooling
Implementing record keeping
Teaching different grade levels
And much, much more.
Perhaps your situation isn’t as drastic as John and Carol. You may be able to overcome what you deem troublesome. However, if you have even the slightest inclination that homeschooling may be a fit for your family, get the now. You may never need the information but at least you will have the power of knowledge going forward.
……. And at just $9.97 it’s a small price to check it out!
Do you need more information?
if you enjoyed this book preview then you might want to read the whole book! Get a copy today and add this eBook in your cart…..