A loud ring went off as the minute hand had finally landed on six. It was half past seven now as little Timmy jumped out of bed and scurried downstairs. Once he approached the dining room, he found out his mom had made him his favorite breakfast, bacon and eggs. He ate quickly to ensure that he would not be late for his first class. Once he was done, he walked quickly to another room with shelves full of books and a chalkboard. He did not bother changing into different clothes or packing his book bag. As he sat down on one of the chairs his mother greeted him, "Good morning, please open your book to page forty seven". His school day had just begun.
Home-schooling is a very effective method of educating a child. There are many arguments to counter this statement. Many believe a child being home-schooled would come to lack social skills and to fear association with others.
Another belief would be the idea that a parent's ability to educate a child would be inferior to the public education system because a parent usually do not have a license to teach. Although there are several other arguments to go against home-schooling, there are a lot more others to fight for the idea of it. The popularity of home-schooling had escalated over the last decade. According to the "National Home Education Research Institute" (NHERI), a staggering 1.5 million people in America are home-schooled ever since it was first legalized in 1993.
A child would not lack social skills nor would the child be afraid to associate themselves with others. Home-schooling does not mean a child would be contained in a house and isolated from the world. As a matter of fact, every child needs to be educated physically,