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Terrible Tuesday: last vestiges of summer

Lots of kids — homeschool, private school, public school, whatever else school there is (submarine school?) — are back to school this week or next. We’re holding on to summer as long as we can, even though Little Miss started one on-line class last week and starts a class at private school this week. This is the last full week of the pool being open, and we are going to enjoy every last drop of this summer or die trying.

Very light links because I’ve got to get to the pool!

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A teacher and mom’s perspective on online public schooling. I’ve always been a wary of K-12 type schools. They seem to combine the weakness of both worlds. Not that can’t work for some people. To each his own, and all that jazz.

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3 responses to “Terrible Tuesday: last vestiges of summer”

  1. Cindy Watson Avatar
    Cindy Watson

    I had been very leery of K12 for many of the reasons mentioned until I had a friend who used it. She had been homeschooling in PA and switched to K12. It was the perfect choice for her to challenge her kids( that were all reading and writing at the time and they had homeschooling mentality) but it gave her the flexibility she needed to care for her aging in-laws. She didn’t have to do much planning and her older ones were completely independent. So, it works but you have to understand why and how.

    1. April Avatar

      Yeah, I’ve never been one to say “That’s not homeschooling!” because the lovely thing about homeschooling is that it’s unique to every family. I just worry that public school people who enroll think it’s public school & homeschool people think it’s homeschool, when it’s really sort of a hybrid of both. But if you understand that, I’m sure it could work.

      1. Cindy Watson Avatar
        Cindy Watson

        Exactly! Eyes wide open kinda thing!

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