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By: sanity

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 03:13:15 +0000

True. Different religon and cultral backgrounds benefit from homeschooling. From a Christain point of view, many don't like how the public schools are teaching thier children. They have no say in what gets said to thier children on sex and a variety of other things. Things like thier 7 - 10 year old child coming home after practicing putting a condom on a cucumber without the parents knowledge. Things like that upset parents when public schools take over the raising of hte child away from the values of the parents.



By: andrew

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 03:02:31 +0000

"Unless you were meaning that Homeschooling is Multicultralism. " I don't think they're equal. But having homeschooling does help protect different cultures in our society, as opposed to having everyone go to the same school. People who want to raise their kids with their own values are able to do it easier.



By: sanity

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 02:58:37 +0000

Unless you were meaning that Homeschooling is Multiculturalism.



By: sanity

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 02:55:40 +0000

Sorry andrew, but YOU equated it and I questioned you on it. CavalierX says "Multiculturalism: self-segregation. " andrew says Like homeschooling. you're getting it.



By: andrew

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 02:40:41 +0000

"SO you equate the freedom for a family to teach thier children how they think they should be taught to segregation?" No. You do. "You think homeschooling is multiculturalism?" It can be a part of it. We allow people to school their kids their own way rather than, like france, for all kids to go to schools where they can't wear headscarves, for instance.



By: sanity

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 02:09:54 +0000

SO you equate the freedom for a family to teach thier children how they think they should be taught to segregation? That is a completely foolish statement of yours. In the declining public schools some parents feel they can better teach their children than the public schools can, without influences of bullies, sexual encounters, moronic ad-libs to lesson plans that are not part of the school curriculum, just a teachers own philosophy. If you equate homeschooling to segregation, then you probably do so with private schools also? Voucher program also equate to segregation? What's next...accusing people of being on a plantation?



By: CavalierX

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 02:07:19 +0000

>Like homeschooling You think homeschooling is multiculturalism? Please don't strain your shoulder reaching for the comparison. We don't have socialised medicine here to take care of you.



By: andrew

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 01:37:44 +0000

"Multiculturalism: self-segregation. " Like homeschooling. you're getting it.



By: CavalierX

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 00:56:08 +0000

>We raise our kids how we want them >growing up. Multiculturalism: self-segregation.



By: blogagog

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 00:42:31 +0000

You may be, I'm not.