Though Penelope and I hold a different worldview on many levels, I admire her for her brains and her boldness, particularly as a homeschooling advocate.
Having seen THREE children just over last weekend, all who have been drugged by “professionals” because they are “resistant to authority”, my heart breaks for what school does to so many children. And that’s just one negative aspect, as Penelope candidly explains:
“It’s pretty easy to see why school is terrible. And even though parents can’t imagine they’d ever do a good job homeschooling, it’s pretty easy to see that bad homeschooling is better than going to school. The kid has eight extra hours a day to figure out what to do with himself instead of being told what to do. How can this not be an improvement? Adult life is not about being told what to do. Why prepare a kid for that?”
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