46 responses to “Ron Paul on Homeschooling, War, and Banking”

  1. svennbreng

    Rockwell and Paul; two Great/Brave Americans. END THE FED

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  2. hodoprime

    The internet.

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  3. rds201099

    Part 8. Last Part,
    To wrap this up, homeschooling can be time consuming, but also satisfying seeing your child succeed in becoming more independent in their work while usually using the morals the parent(s) has passed on. Quite honestly, it is up to the child, homeschooled or public schooled if he or she will succeed.
    Also, electives are not required.

    Hope this changed your opinion.

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  4. rds201099

    Part 7. This can relieve stress from the parent and perhaps the ‘teacher parent’ can go get a part time job of some form to assist in the economic state of the family while the child works on the simpler subjects which require little to no help. (Yes, I do acknowledge while a child is in a public school you could be working.)

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  5. rds201099

    Part 6.

    To be honest, homeschooling can be beneficial. Many times, the parents “eject” themselves from their learnt/ older child’s work after giving basic instruction to allow them to grow with their own ideas and at the same time become independent and responsible for themselves.

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  6. rds201099

    Part 5.
    Homeschooling is like to a card game, you are typically taught by a family member or friend who has already experienced the situation (in this case, schooling). Is this not the grounds of education, to graduate with knowledge and an understanding of the subject and to pass it on to a new generation?

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  7. rds201099

    Part 5.
    Homeschooling is like to a card game, you are typically taught by a family member or friend who has already experienced the situation (in this case, schooling). Is this not the grounds of education, to graduate with knowledge and an understanding of the subject and to pass it on to a new generation?

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  8. rds201099

    Part 4. (Public school curriculum/teaching is practically based off the government’s accords and the parents have no say unless they directly implement themselves off of school time, which I am sure the child would not be interested in.)

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  9. rds201099

    Part 3. (This is a possible argument as well, though not one I am inclined to discuss at this time: Should we upper the requirements for graduation?)

    Homeschooling is based off the major foundations of teamwork and self improvement. Teamwork, (if the parents are still in a relationship) one works (the source of income), while the other carries out the duties of implementing approved curriculum while psychologically passing on the parents desired values or opinions on our worldly situation.

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