Breaking the Cycle of Poverty:A Case Study

Discussion in 'Black Parenting' started by Omowale Jabali, Feb 12, 2006.

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What educational program are your children involved in?

  1. Public

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  2. Private

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  3. Both

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  4. Home Schooling

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  1. Omowale Jabali

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    while my kids are in public schooling i also give them the
    HOME BOUND Schooling as well teaching them the things
    public schools lack of to en-knowledge them with...............
     
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    My child is too young for any of these things. I do hope though that we'll be in a position that he can be home-schooled when he's old enough.

    I have pondered this a lot... I wonder if it's necessary for a child to go to regular school. It seems the only advantage is the social aspect and of course free babysitting. :tongue3: But it's that same social aspect that scares me... at least the negative side, (bullying, teasing, etc.). And private schools... I'm not satisfied with them either.

    I saw an article somewhere that said an increasing number of blacks are going this route. In fact, some here have actually done it so that is even more encouraging for me.
     
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