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What Say You?
Carpool (check). Work (check). Lunch break? No. Pay bills, schedule doctor visits (check). Pick up kids (check). Homework (check). Worry about bullying. Dinner (check). Referee sibling squabbles. Collapse on the couch.
When the 2016-2017 school year gets underway many parents will begin homeschooling. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) reports that in 2012 roughly three percent of students in the United States were homeschooled, or around two million. With the numbers increasing each year it’s clear that homeschooling is here to stay. Choosing that route comes with some benefits and challenges you should be aware of before deciding if homeschooling is right for you.
Parents spend a lot of time trying to motivate kids. We use chore charts, checklists, reminders and rewards to get them to feed the dog, clean their rooms, and complete schoolwork. But these techniques don’t change behavior long-term. Real motivation must come from within.