Homeschooling the teenager
As children start maturing into adults, parents feel insecure about homeschooling. Many parents then discontinue the homeschooling process and happily hand over the reign to outside authorities. But is this really necessary? Is the strictly compartmentalized education provided in schools a better option? If social concerns are worrying you, look for interest-oriented associations, clubs and societies. These offer a lot of support for leaders, opportunity for shared experience, and foster a sense of belonging. Make up your own group or share this responsibility with someone else. Home education support groups provide fantastic opportunities to meet your child's needs.
This is the best way to develop intelligent, self-motivated, healthy and able young people. If the growing burden of some of the higher level Math or Science seems to be beyond you, enlist the help of someone who knows more. You can even barter your own services and thus save some money. With homeschooling becoming more and more popular, support groups will have innumerable resources that help you find the right teacher for your child. The underlying principle that guides homeschooling is this: any child has the innate capacity to grow, develop and achieve its full potential.
All it needs is the right environment and all the right answers. Be there to provide these and think twice before you turn over this responsibility to a third party. (word count 225) PPPPP.
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