So apparently there’s another overwrought diatribe by a government school teacher who is upset with the homeschoolers. Sigh. Can’t we all just get along? Or even better, you do your thing with our money and leave us the heck alone. Sorry, I’m feeling a bit misanthropic today. Grumble.
I’d link, but it’s really such a stupid argument, my blog would be dumber from the contact. I will link to Dana’s always intelligent blog. You get to the original post there, if you’re feeling foolhardy.
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One of our main reasons for homeschooling is to preserve our weird. Or rather, preserve our weird without being berated and bullied because of it. (Yes, I just used weird as a noun.)
So I’m off to help my children be as weird as they can be. Let the normal people say what they will.