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write them all; 4+,
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al. (i.e., Smith et
al.)
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1. Sylvia Biu.
She is a
professional
writer for the
Broolyn
e!a"iner.
"xaminer
article
omeschooling
is a bad idea
for all children
and is a
disservice to
them#
omeschooling
is the education
of a child at
home by their
parents#
omeschooling
causes children
to receive a
limited
education and
isolates them
from the real
$orld#
omeschooling
used to be but is
no longer valued
in current society#
omeschoolin
g needs to be
mandated by
state
regulations#
%he
government#
#. $i%a Blau&
received a B.A.
in English fro"
Colu"'ia
"veryday life
article
omeschooling
is gro$ing at a
rate of &'()* a
year ho$ever
many parents
need to
consider the
social affects
on the child
before deciding
to homsechool#
+ocially,
homeschooled
children face
many
challenges due
to their lac, of
exposure to
many normal
everyday
people and
activities#
In regards to a
social aspect, the
lac, of exposure
to regular social
situations and
people are li,ely
to negatively
affect the student#
%he parent is
responsible for
ensuring that
their
homeschooled
child isn-t
isolated and has
a healthy social
life#
(. Ed Collo".
)e has a *hD
in sociology
and is a
professor
woring in the
depart"ent of
sociology at the
+niversity of
Southern
,aine.
+cholarly
source
omeschooling
is a gro$ing
schooling
choice in the
.nited +tates#
omeschooling
has many
effects on the
student-s
learning and
education#
%he effects on the
student can be
both positive and
negative#
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-. Steven ..
Duvall/ Joseph
C. Del0uadri/
D. $awrence
1ard
+cholarly
+ource
omeschooling
can be helpful
for children
$ith /DD and
/DD#
/DD and
/DD are
attention deficit
disorder and
hyperactive
disorder#
omeschooling
allo$s children
to $or, in
$hichever $ay
is best for
them, causing it
to be ideal for
those $ith
/DD and
/DD#
%his is positive
for those $ith
/DD0/DD
because they can
ta,e brea,s $hen
necessary and
$or, at their o$n
pace, unli,e a
traditional
classroom
setting,
1ublic schools
need to have
more
speciali2ed
programs for
those $ith
special needs#
%he
government and
school systems#
2. Bethany
3ardiner. She
is a
pediatrician
and author of
4highlighting
ho"eschooling
5 which is a
guide for
ho"eschooling
parents.
344 school of
thought blog
post
%raditional
schools are a
separating
force that hurt
family ties#
omeschooling
forces the
family to $or,
together
causing
stronger family
ties#
%his is a positive
aspect and helps
built healthy and
strong family
relationships#
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write them all; 4+,
write first name et
al. (i.e., Smith et al.)
Source Type
(popular, scholarly,
trade, government)
Categorical
Does X exist?
Definitional
Is X a Y?
Causal
Does X cause Y?
Is Y a result of X?
Evaluation
Is it good or bad?
Fair or unfair?
armful or
beneficial?
Action
!hat should be
done about X?
Jurisdiction
!ho is responsible?
6. Christa $.
3reen
7graduate
student8/
9athleen :.
)oover
De"psey
7professor at
:ander'ilt
+niversity8
+cholarly
+ource
omeschooling
parents have an
active interest
in shaping their
child-s future
and $ant to be
involved#
%hese parents
also have a
negative vie$
of the public
%he ma5ority of
homeschooling
parents either
had a negative
educational
experience or
have a negative
vie$ of schools
today#
3an be both good
and bad#
%he public
schooling
system needs
to be changed
and focus
more on the
individual so
that less
people have
negative vie$s
and
1ublic schools#
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schooling
system#
experiences#
;. $inda 3.
)anna. She is a
professor in the
depart"ent of
ele"entary
education at
1est Chester
+niversity.
+cholarly
source
omeschooling
is very
challenging and
strenuous for
the parent but
has been eased
through the use
of technology#
%he increase in
technological
advances have
caused
homeschooling
to be easier and
more effective
than ever#
%echnology is
beneficial for the
parent
homeschooling
because it allo$s
them to use
online
curriculums and
better net$or,ing
strategies#
< .$ana )ope 6log post omeschooling
has many
hidden
dra$bac,s#
(/uthor $as
homeschooled
herself and
spea,s from
experience)
7ost
homeschooling
parents $eren-t
homeschooled
themselves
causing them to
miss many of
the dra$bac,s#
%his is harmful to
the student
because the
parents are
una$are of the
many negatives
of
homeschooling#
1arents need
to do
extensive
research and
put themselves
in their child-s
shoes before
deciding to
home school#
1arents
=. Eric
Isen'erg. )e is
a senior
researcher who
focuses on
education.
+cholarly
source
omeschooling
ma,es up over
8* of the total
number of
schooled
children#
1oor academic
scores and lac,
of 9uality in
public
schooling is
causing more
parents to
homsechool#
%his is negative
because it sho$s
the lac, of
success and fla$s
in the public
school system#
1ublic
schooling
systems need
to be
improved#
%he
government#
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1>. Jac 9elly 1hilly 6urbs
/rticle
1ublic schools
are failing and
ineffective
because they
are too strict
and care more
about the
benefit of the
administration
and teachers
than on the
students#
omeschooling
is a good form
of education
because it is
flexible and
focuses solely
on the student,
unli,e public
schooling#
omeschooling
is beneficial as
sho$n by the
students test
scores of :;
th

percentile in
reading,:<
th

percentile in
science, and :=
th

percentile in
language, math,
and social
studies#
1ublic schools
need to
become more
relaxed and
care more
about the
needs of the
children being
taught#
%he public
schooling
system#
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(popular,
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Y? Is Y a result
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armful or
beneficial?
/ction
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be done about
X?
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!ho is
responsible?
11. $isa ,iller 4e$ Yor,
7aga2ine
article
omeschooling
has become
very popular in
large cities
because of
parents concern
for the regular
school
environment#
omeschooling
is a benefit to
those living in
cities because it
allo$s children
to avoid
exposure to
drugs, negative
peer pressure,
and is generally
safer#
::* of parents
$ho choose to
homsechool do it
because of their
fear0concern of
the regular school
environment so
homeschooling
can be good and
beneficial for
families living in
large cities that
aren-t very safe#
%he
government
needs to
ensure and
increase the
safety in
public schools
so less parents
are $orried
and forced to
homsechool#
%he
government#
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1#. Brian D.
Aay. )as a
*hD in science
education fro"
Bregon State
+niversity.
+cholarly
+ource
%here are 8#=
million
homeschooled
students in the
.nited states so
regulation of
homeschooling
is essential#
!hile
homeschooling
can be
beneficial to
some families,
it can also be
harmful so it is
imperative that
the government
sets certain
rules and la$s
to ensure
proper
education#
omeschooling
has the ability to
be very beneficial
if properly
regulated#
%he
government
needs to
re9uire all
parents to
register their
homeschoolin
g and ensure
that they
follo$ state
la$s#
%he
government#
1(. Jessica
Shepherd
?uardian article omeschooled
children are
more li,ely to
be out of $or,,
education, and
training than
those $ho $ent
to regular
school#
!hile
homeschooling
may seem
effective during
the schooling
years, the lac,
of structure and
large amount of
flexibility
ultimately
bac,fire#
%his is bad
because it is
hurting
homeschooled
children and
causing them to
struggle after
graduation#
1arents need
to enforce
stricter
homeschoolin
g rules and the
government
needs to
regulate
homeschoolin
g#
1arents and the
?overnment#
1-. ,itchell $.
Stevens. Is an
associate
professor of
education at
Stanford.
6oo,, scholarly
source#
omeschooling
is different than
it seems at first
glance and
teaches
valuable life
lessons that
can-t be taught
in a classroom#
omeschooling
forms a special
bond bet$een a
parent and
child, gives the
child a special
sense of
$isdom, and
teaches the
child to
overcome
many
omeschooling
is beneficial and
good for both the
parent and child#
7ore people
need to stop
5udging
homeschoolin
g and loo,
into it and all
of its benefits#
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unconventional
challenges#
12. $aura
1ard
Yahoo article omeschooling
has both
positive and
negative
aspects#
omeschooling
can help
children avoid
peer pressure
but as a result
can cause a
lac, of social
development#
omeschooling
can also be
effective for
children $ho
need a more
flexible
curriculum
ho$ever it is
also fairly
costly#
omeschooling
can be both good
and bad
depending on the
individual#
%here are
many aspects
parents need
to consider
$hen
choosing to
homsechool#
%hey need to
$eigh both the
pros and cons
and see $hat
is right for
their child-s
needs#
%he parent and
individual
child#
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