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Top 10 things homeschooled children and parents get to do while everyone else is in school - by Sara Mcgrathby Sara Mcgrath Created on : April 11, 2008 1. HOMESCHOOLERS GET TO SOCIALIZE!
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I just read this blog post , by a high school teacher struggling with a severely disabled child in her classroom who is very disruptive. His aide is apparently not on the ball, he gets into fights, screams through classes so other students cannot hear the teacher. This teacher is quite rightly questioning the whole rationale behind this child being in her class in the first place, as well as the things she is still supposed to do — and not do.
A month ago, I was feeling kind of stuck for blog post ideas, so I threw it out there to Twitter and Facebook — what would guys like to hear about? — and, to my surprise, someone asked me about homeschooling my kid . Huh. I admit, I don’t post much about my kid because, to be frank, I hate to see bloggers use their kid’s life as fodder for posts. My kid is a person who has a right to privacy — to not have her life broadcast for the cheap entertainment of others — the same as anyone. But, at the same time, I really see homeschooling as going hand-in-hand with my ideas about voluntary simplicity, and since I was asked, I’m breaking my vow of not making posts about my kid (although I asked her first it she would mind and she was all “sure, whatevs” about it).