When kids are home schooled no one has to worry about transportation. Parents, can also make sure that their children are not being bullied, hurt or injured. It is better to home school because your parents know your learning style better than your teacher does (child's point of view). Besides teachers sometimes can't answer a student's question right away because many other students are asking a question while parents probably can focus on their children because I guarantee the home school parent or guardian has less students than a typical classroom does.
However it does depends on the parent and the child of course. Is the parent/s responsible and organized enough to relate to the subjects and afford the time? Of course there is always tutors for certain difficulties, and always activities around for increased social skills (kids and adults). And is the child cut out for school? This excludes a high percentage, such as slow learners, fast learner, hyper active children, ones with particular interests or skills, etc. Including undisciplined children such as foul mouths, bullies, or any inappropriate behavior is far too much for teachers to keep on top of. Do you even know the teacher/s? Are they capable? Regardless teachers cannot educate the children on their own (parents must have a lot of involvement).
Our future (children) don’t need school for friends, learning, and fitness. If there were any benefit towards schools, it would have to be as a daycare, and a poor one at that. Bottom line is the benefit from quality attention from home schooling.
parents can save money buy not have to buy school lunch and school feas
lot of kids feel left out and they get bullied
and if there parents teach them they don't have to take class they want like PE. and musical classes and plus kids move at different passes
and if the kids finish the school work the kids have time to make are commutie better by picking up trash helping the old people or there grandparents
Peer dependency is also an example of negative socialization. It often prevents students from maturing, developing their own individual personalities, developing a moral code separate from that of the group, becoming self-reliant, and developing an acceptable work ethic. One wonders about the viability of a system wherein most admit to cheating regularly and trying to get by with as little effort as possible.
There's nothing wrong with homeschooling. Homeschooling, public school, and other methods of education all have their own pros and cons. The pros of homeschooling include being able to learn in the way you think works best. Public schools only have a generic education system designed to work for most people. Another good thing about homeschooling is that your schedule for other things is extremely flexible since you can model your school work around other activities. There may also be other reasons for choosing homeschooling, such as bullying being a problem, or the local school being a failure. The main con of homeschooling is the student's social life. Although this could be a problem, it can be avoided by joining other groups, such as Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts, 4-H, sports, and any other little club the student may be interested in. There's nothing wrong with choosing public school either though. It has its benefits. The choice really depends on the student and what would work best for him.
Children should go to public schools where they can learn what they need to learn. Home-schooled kids do learn the government mandated curriculum and are tested for that knowledge, but they miss out on what schools don't plan to teach but kids should learn anyway. These things include profanity on the school bus, how to survive cafeteria bullies and making out with girls during recess. Home-school kids do not develop critical social and survival skills as the rest of us do.
Kids need to be with other kids. They can learn better. Parents might just pass their kid and not teach them anything. Another reason is parents can make more mistakes than teachers. Parents are less likely to be as good a teacher as a school teacher. Home schooling jeopardizes a child's right to a good education.
The point I am trying to make is that parents do no need to home school their children. This could make the student have lack of opportunities with college because they did not go to a public or private school. The academic focus could be narrowed because parents are only going to teach them what is required for them to knew. Lastly, student will not be able to do extra curricular activities because they are not registered to a public or private school.
Children should not be home schooled because they need to be with kids their own age so they can be more social around people. Also, kids need to learn things from others not their parents. Lastly, you can't learn everything you need to know in life by a text book. Sometimes you need to learn from your mistakes or your not going to be able to expect new things from life. And how are you going to learn new things from home? As you can see, this is why kids should not be home schooled.