In addition, homeschooling would waste time and money from the parents. Laura Saba, a former public school teacher who homeschooled her children, and Julie Gattis, a registered nurse and occasional lecturer who has seven years of homeschooling experience, in their book The McGraw- Hill Homeschooling Companion, declare public schools are free of charge for children and “Children can spend their day getting educated while parents are out earning a living” (1). Even though many parents prefer to homeschool their children, homeschooling would be harmful for both parents and children because children would have social and educational problems, which are the elements of “Dual-trust Education,” and parents would have the shortage of time and money.One of the reasons that homeschooling. .enga, Patrick.
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