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7 reasons why parents are tired of school

7 Reasons Why Parents are Tired of School

What are 7 reasons why parents are tired of school? And why are they turning to homeschooling?

Homeschooling has become much more popular in the past decade, and it has everything to do with these 7 reasons why parents are tired of school. I was at a dentist’s appointment with my kids the other day. While there, the secretary asked my daughter if she enjoyed the morning off school to be at the dentist. My daughter responded with a “no” because she despises dentist’s appointments.

I followed up the question with, “We will be doing school when we are home as we homeschool.” She looked at me with disbelief and said, “You homeschool? How could your children be socialized then? With online learning, children struggled with isolation and lack of socialization.” I then went into a long explanation about how homeschooling is far from isolation learning. She still looked confused, as many people do when they wonder why parents choose to homeschool as their education. 

7 Reasons Why Parents are Tired of School.

After three years of the pandemic and homeschooling becoming a norm in education, I shouldn’t still have to explain my children’s social lives to strangers. Yet, that remains one of the most common questions I receive. The world needs to subscribe to The Schoolio Blog for unique content like Socialization and Homeschooling. One thing that might interest you about homeschooling is that socialization is one of the main reasons parents turn to homeschool as their preferred education method. Did that confuse you? Let’s talk about it.

Children’s social skills are struggling in traditional school, and homeschooling improves children’s social skills and interactions.

One of the most critical reasons parents homeschool is because of healthy socialization. When homeschooled, children have much less exposure to peer pressure and bullying. Homeschooled children are also able to have more customized social interactions. Additionally, most children in the public school system spend hours in classrooms listening to teachers. In comparison, homeschooled children have many more opportunities for learning activities outside of the home.

A flexible homeschooling curriculum means homeschool families have more opportunities to participate in fun activities. These include museum trips, park playdates, community service activities, art classes, and track and field days.

Using a flexible homeschool curriculum and making homeschooling a lifestyle significantly improves emotional and psychological development in children. While also strengthening family connections and connections with other homeschooled children.

Parents are unimpressed with the quality of education, and homeschooling means having access to higher-quality education.

Many parents believe that the quality of education is not what it once was. With a decline in the education budget, increased student enrolment, large class sizes, burnt-out teachers, and other factors. Parents feel that homeschooling gives them more control over their children’s learning. A Career and College Readiness Survey showed shocking results in 2015, long before the pandemic and the devastating effects on children’s education. These results indicated that less than half of high school students feel academically ready for college.

Interrupted education, overcrowded classrooms, and fewer resources have made it extremely difficult for teachers to provide one-on-one instruction to students. When homeschooling, parents can use a curriculum that follows learning standards while also offering personalized education to their child, which is so often missing in today’s learning venues.

Children’s diverse learning needs are not being met. Homeschooling can support a child with diverse learning needs.

When it comes to the 7 reasons why parents are tired of school, children’s learning needs are one of the main reasons. Unfortunately, children with learning disabilities or even physical disabilities have difficulty thriving in a traditional learning environment. Many schools don’t have adequate resources and time to support children with diverse learning needs. Additionally, formal education is a one size fits all model when we all know that one size fits nobody. A customizable curriculum and a flexible learning environment are essential for children with diverse learning needs.

The current education model is not stable. Homeschooling means educational stability.

Even before the pandemic began, there were teacher strikes, bad weather and many other reasons students were forced to miss class. Homeschooling means educational stability for many students as they have that flexible learning solution and learning lifestyle that keeps them learning even when schools are not in. Many homeschooling parents (who were homeschooling before the pandemic) were thankful that they had chosen that educational path for their children, as homeschooling offered much-needed stability to their days.

Poor testing results in traditional schools. Homeschooling means better educational results.

It might shock you that homeschooled children often score better on federal standardized tests than their public school peers. Brain Ray of the National Home Education Research Institute showed that homeschooled children often achieve much higher results, regardless of parents’ income or teaching experience.

Scheduling your life around school. Homeschooling offers student-athletes and musicians a flexible education option.

Many student-athletes have intense travel and practice schedules. Additionally, many students who participate in fine arts, theatre, or music need time to rehearse and perform. These students need a flexible education option that will work around their busy schedules.

The learning environment isn’t always friendly in traditional schools. Homeschooling offers a learning environment that children enjoy.

Unfortunately, many public school children feel stressed over the volume of homework and the lack of instruction. Many children don’t thrive in high-stress environments, where they must memorize and keep up with their peers. This popular model of education doesn’t cater to the majority of students. Learning should be fun and engaging, not blank and stressful. Homeschooled parents report that they have much more time during their day to incorporate fun activities and hands-on lessons that encourage learning.

Should you homeschool?

Even though many think homeschooling is a terrible option, as the secretary at the dentist did, the reality is that homeschooling can be an excellent option for many families. But is it the right choice for your family?

Ask yourself these questions:

  • Does my family need more flexibility?
  • Do I want to give my children and myself the freedom to choose?
  • Would I like to be more involved in my child’s education?
  • Is my child struggling academically?
  • Does my child need more positive social experiences?
  • Are there affordable homeschool curriculums available?
  • Does my work schedule permit this choice for my family?

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