Children And Parents On Children

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If you were to over hear a conversation in a household with children, it isn’t uncommon that you would here bickering and debating between child and parents on their future plans of education. One of the first big discussions would be whether or not to attend a school or to stay home for education. Deciding where a child should further their education is not a decision that should be taken lightly. There is a reason that the decision to homeschool or to send a child to a public or private school is so controversial. Ultimately it should be the child’s decision because they know their learning habits the best. With the guidance of their parents the child will be able to make the best decision for their needs. The environment that children…show more content…
Children can only learn how to overcome peer pressure if they are faced with it. Classrooms in schools can be quite the opposite of homeschool classrooms. Classrooms in schools are generally not calm environments. However, this does not me a child cannot succeed in this environment. According to Grace Chen, “public schools argue that the chaos of the classroom is actually what children need to succeed” (Chen). Humans are social beings. Children need to interact and work hands on with others in order to build skills needed in the real world. The mission of all schools, whether it be public school, private school, or homeschool is to teach children how to read, solve math problems, and figure out problems in science. The difference in sending your child to school is that they learn these skills and also how to use them through meaningful interactions with their peers and various teachers. Relationships are emphasized countless times in schools. In school’s students learn what kind of people they can trust and be friends with and they also figure out who not to trust. This is a very important tool to learn for in the workplace and other areas in life. As children engage in the different environments and interact with a diverse group of peer, they come to see how the world functions, what leads to success, and also the different personalities and characters their peers have (David and Kelli Pritchard 26). Many
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