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Should the government allow homeschooling as an Alternative schooling system

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Started: 2/4/2016 Category: Education
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Eagle2016

Con

We have the right to be homeschooled.
SNP1

Pro

I assume that first round is acceptance, so.
I accept.
Debate Round No. 1
Eagle2016

Con

Ok, Should the government allow homeschooling as an Alternative schooling system?
I say yes. It all depends on the way you look at it. If you look at it as if people have the choice to either raise their kids in a public school or if they homeschool them. The public school system is so corrupted Look at how many teens pregnancies there are, how many shootings, how much foul language there is, and most of all Look at how much sin there is in the school. Now I know that you can not escape all the sin in the world but one thing is for sure, that you can and have the right to educate your child in your house. There are guidelines you have to follow but the just of homeschoolers are homeschooled so they can become smart. Here is some statistics:

Of parents who teach at home over 73% cite dissatisfaction with the American school system for a reason.

Top 3 homeschooling fathers' profession,
Accountant/engineer--17.3%
professional/doctor/lawyer--16.9%
Small-business owner--10.7%

"National Average percentage scores" (all scores go up to 100%)
Subject Homeschooled Public school
Reading-- 89% 50%
language-- 84% 50%
Math-- 84% 50%
science-- 86% 50%
social studies-- 84% 50%
Reading, Language and Math--88% 50%
All subjects------ 86% 50%

Certification
They did well whether or not their parents were certified teachers
certified teachers non-certified teachers
87% 88%

There is just a little bit of information comparing homeschoolers and public school kids there are even more surprises.
SNP1

Pro

SNP1 forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 2
Eagle2016

Con

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SNP1

Pro

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Debate Round No. 3
Eagle2016

Con

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SNP1

Pro

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Debate Round No. 4
Eagle2016

Con

Eagle2016 forfeited this round.
SNP1

Pro

SNP1 forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by SNP1 1 year ago
SNP1
Oh, f*ck, wait... The Pro and Con positions are wrong for this. Con is a Pro and Pro is Con. Damn. I knew I shouldn't have accepted this when I just woke up.
Posted by moneystacker 1 year ago
moneystacker
same
Posted by SNP1 1 year ago
SNP1
If you change the resolution to "Should the government allow homeschooling as an alternative schooling system" (or something similar enough to that), I will accept.
Posted by Reformist 1 year ago
Reformist
Im against homeschooling

Want to have a debate on that?

Change your title and your intro and we can debate
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