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becarae
becarae asks:
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how can my 14yr. daughter finish school at home

my daughter is having a hard time with wanting to go to school. she been asking why she can't finish from home using some kind of worksheets or by the computer . is there anyway for her to do this ? i'm having a hard time getting her to go. it's not that she's doing bad in school, she gets good grades . she is just having a hard time concentrating . but dos fine doing her homework at her own pace.
In Topics: Homeschooling
> 60 days ago

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D_Town
D_Town writes:
I do not have all the details, but young people go get "home schooled" and it is legal. Here is  link to get you started.

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LynnS
LynnS writes:
One of the beauties of homeschooling is that the learning can be tailored to meet the needs and learning style of the student.  There are so many options available from online high schools, to programs that provide the materials and let the parent(s) teach, to materials that you can assemble into lesson plans yourself.  There may be homeschooling groups in your area that offer things like shared teaching (a parent with a strength in a particular subject may teach a small group of students) or just opportunities to network and learn more about home education.  Google, your local library, or popular bookstore can be helpful in seeking one out.  It is important to find out what your state and local laws are regarding homeschooling if you decide to pursue this option--laws can vary greatly.
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HeatherPeterson124
HeatherPete... writes:
Online Education is more convenient and more efficient. Participating online is much less intimidating than "in the classroom." Anonymity provides students a level playing field undisturbed by bias caused by seating arrangement, gender, race and age. Students can also think longer about what they want to say and add their comments when ready. In a traditional class room, the conversation could have gone way past the point where the student wants to comment.

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