No Place Like Home

No Place Like Home

A Chapter by Jennifer

More violence is seen outside of the home on the way to school.


     Most people profile those who were home schooled. I think that home schooling has it's advantages and disadvantages. Most of society frowns upon it, while society may actually need it. Historically, school has been a dangerous place. Based on personal experience, I think home schooling is the answer to keeping your child safe.

     Going to school may place you at risk of being shot or bullied by teachers and students. The education system is poor. A student may not receive the proper education because of the fact that most people do not want students to learn about Darwinism, sex, or faith. Many people have a closed mind when it comes to an education and it leads to stupidity.

     Then we have teachers who are ignorant bigots who think it is okay to have sex with students. Borah taught me how to be biased. When I first started attending Borah High School, I discovered that there was a teacher who made several girls pregnant. Emmett teaches students how to be indifferent toward others and that it is okay to bully others. A teacher bullied me. Many students bullied me.

     Since the 1700's, there have been thousands of school shootings in America. It ranges from any Joe off the street to students as young as 8. Why havent' we been doing distance learning sooner? Could it be because teachers may be concerned with pay? Could it be that parent's are worried that they  may not be able to afford it or that their child will ruin the learning material?

     We have another situation where people profile home schoolers. Most people think that the parents are teaching the child to be a religious freak. If we think about it, how many people who are religious freaks went to a public school?

     The military will not accept students who learned online. It's not like the student is living in a bubble. I know plenty of people who were educated at home and do great with socializing with others. Maybe the military thinks of a school as a battle zone; students and teachers fight and die there after all.

     I would prefer home schooling because I do not want to be concerned with bullying. I would be concerned that my child is not receiving the appropriate education. I do not want to worry about paying for uniforms or medication. I really do not want to worry about trying to enroll my child in school or worry about winning the lottery to a charter school. Why should I worry about buying a bullet proof vest or paying for self-defense classes? A child should be a child; not a soldier. I think home schooling would be cheaper and more effective.

© 2013 Jennifer

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Added on September 11, 2013
Last Updated on September 11, 2013




I hail from the small village of Emmett, Idaho. I currently live in Boise. I have been writing stories since the first grade and have randomly published stories in the Emmett Newspaper, some collectio.. more..

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