Online dating bad stories about homeschooling
They didn’t wonder how my kids would know how to be quiet when they were supposed to or to wait in lines when they have to. Learnin’, schmlearning- those kids need to be among herds of other kids their exact age in order to learn how to be normal.
No, the biggest concern among the concerned was: SOCIALIZATION. In other words: homeschooled kids are annoying and weird, and you don’t want your kids to be annoying and weird, ? Well, if someone tries to tell you that their kids are never annoying, they’re lying to you.
I’ve thought about it a lot and the best explanation I can come up with is this: ridicule. When “annoying” kids like this go to a traditional school, they’re ridiculed. But when one of those “annoying” kids is homeschooled, no one makes fun of their outfits that don’t match.
They have a hard, or even impossible, time finding their niche. Or the fact that they like to memorize things and wish the math assignments were harder.
Sheriff deputies then seemingly allowed Nicole and the two children to drive away but they got only a short distance before deputies pulled them over and took the two children away from the mom, who was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
(She says the arrest took place after she did not passively allow deputies to take the children.) Nicole was able to contact her husband and have a brief conversation.
About a year ago, when I first started considering taking my kids out of public school, I wasn’t met with the kind of incredulous questioning that I expected after suggesting something so reckless and foolhardy.
For the most part people were excited and supportive and helpful.
or be arrested for felony charges, the family says. Deputies also threatened to impound the car, although a friend of the family convinced the deputies to allow Joe to have it back, the family says.An off-grid homeschool family of 12 in rural Kentucky was raided, the mother arrested, and the 10 children seized simply because the government disagrees with their lifestyle and their educational choices, family members and friends say.Until Wednesday, Joe and Nicole Naugler lived with their 10 kids in a cabin on 26 acres in Breckinridge County, about an hour southwest of Louisville.in Louisville, Ky., quoted one neighbor who was critical of their off-grid life.Another neighbor apparently had a confrontation with the father on Sunday that was reported to police, the station said.
They just don’t know what to with someone who’s so, like, weird. They are not ridiculed into trying to be who God didn’t create them to be. You can’t just go around being annoying all the time. Better they learn now not to stand up for themselves? By the time annoying people like that are older, they’re .