Home-spun Schools Author:Raymond & Dorothy Moore Parents write about their home-school experience: — "We have a sence of bonding and comraadeship that we now see is rare in most homes. working together- has drawan us closer. We confide, we share, we have a strong respect for one another . Instead of our going five separate ways, our greatest joy is doing things together." — " A loving mother, ju... more »st by being a good parent, is a far better than average teacher of her own children. And some of the best of these parent-teachers don't even have a full high-school education. but they have a clear idea of what they want their children to be, and they set about to get good advice. And their kids are among the best learners of all."
" The court belabored the fact that I was not a certified or qualified teacher. Again and again they retured to the tired refrain that we were denying Leslie Sue social contact with her peers: "It's the the state's duty to see that all children are properly prepared to take their place in society." As drug addicts? we questioned silently. With the unfortunate ones who drop out? As unwed mothers and fathers? As high-school graduates who never learned to read, the too-often product of a lifetime of education in public schools?"« less