Published On: Tue, Aug 17th, 2021

St. Louis Homeschool Pioneer Details Her Journey Through Teaching

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Homeschooling is on the rise. After last year’s lockdowns, many parents unexpectedly found themselves having to teach their children at home for the first time. But during that period, they also realized that it doesn’t take an expert to offer a child an education. The U.S. Census Bureau reported that homeschooling doubled last fall. This was after removing factors like families utilizing virtual learning through a public or private school. The greatest increase was seen in black students, but all ethnicities saw a significant rise in homeschooling. One of the main concerns expressed by parents is masking. The media coordinator for Midwest Parent Educators, Jacklynn Walters, told the Washington Examiner, “Parents want their kids to be able to go back to school without a mask mandate or without a vaccination requirement. They’re just wanting the freedom to make a choice.” Despite the popularity of homeschooling, there are still a lot … Save 10% on Citrus trees with code CITRUS

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