“I’d love to homeschool my kids, but I need to work and don’t have time.”
Homeschooling does take time. Most homeschooling families have at least one parent who stays home full time to school their children. But if homeschooling is very important to you, you may be able to work around the need to spend time earning a living.
Here are some ideas for doing so:
Try online learning. Many states now offer virtual school options. This hybrid system allows children to learn at home using a state-approved curriculum with certified teachers.
“I feel like it’s a great education,” reported KC Jones, who enrolled her 13-year-old daughter in a virtual school to avoid the drama of middle school after a recent move to Florida. “The teachers are wonderful, and she is getting immersed in useful technology. I thought I’d be able to help her more, but I ended up spending all my time looking for work. It wasn’t a problem, though. As long as you have a self-directed child, it works well,”
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