We’ve already seen the myth that homeschooled students don’t have the opportunity to learn social skills exposed as a bunch of mularkey, but what about the other homeschooling myths that are flying around in circulation? Myths like: homeschooled kids don’t learn as much, or as well, or have a harder time getting into college. The final addition to the Busting Homeschooling Myths series addresses all of these bogus claims and more.
If you’re considering homeschooling, you should know that homeschool graduates are actually seen as more competitive in college and job admissions, because of their ability for self-motivation and independent, creative thought. Not to mention, homeschooling allows students the flexibility to pursue excellence in other fields besides academics, such as sports, gymnastics, or acting, while still learning everything most public school students learn and more. Follow this link for the third myth-busting installment from Bridgeway, a homeschooling curriculum provider.