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Argument Against Homeschooling
This argument describes the threat homeschooling poses to children and society. It lays out some reasons Homeschooling is attractive. Parents can now keep their children at home in the name of homeschooling free from any real scrutiny as to whether or how they are educating their children. Parents want to isolate their children from ideas […]

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June 13, 2020

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This argument describes the threat homeschooling poses to children and society.

It lays out some reasons Homeschooling is attractive.

  • Parents can now keep their children at home in the name of homeschooling free from any real scrutiny as to whether or how they are educating their children.
  • Parents want to isolate their children from ideas and values they don’t like. (Science and Moral and Ethics)
  • Parents want to promote racial segregation and female subservience.
  • Abusive parents can keep their children at home free from the risk that teachers will report them to child protection services.

This Argument calls for a presumptive ban on homeschooling, with the burden on parents to demonstrate justification for permission to homeschool.


I don’t agree with a presumptive ban.  However, we need to solve for abusive parents.


 

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