Home-schooling adds to choices: Rewards can be priceless

March 25, 2005

The reasons for choosing home-schooling are as varied as the parents who do it — religious beliefs, a desire to maintain close bonds between parent and child or have greater input in what their child is learning, concerns about the influences on a child in a formal classroom and school setting, or the belief that their child would benefit more from the individualized attention or opportunity to be instructed in ways best suited to his or her abilities and learning style.

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