You need to know what home education is and decide if this is an option for your family at this time in your life.

Keep in mind, homeschooling is not for everybody…but if you have been feeling that your children would fare better academically in your at-home care, or if you are sensing a “God-calling” on your family’s lives to teach your children in His ways at perhaps a more intense level, then  maybe you’ll want to take a look at the research and stats for more of a sense about what home education means.

The best way to figure this out is to learn about homeschooling – its background (how it begun), why people have chosen to homeschool, the statistics that support homeschooling, and so forth.

If anything, the more you research about homeschooling, the more you’ll become more comfortable with your decision. Once you are secure about your decision for home education, then it is far easier to start home educating your children with confidence.

So, start with homeschooling research, and build your “decision case” from there.

First you might actually want to brush up on the homeschooling statistics. The numbers tell it all! This is where you will find out some very encouraging information on home education.

 

About Demetria Zinga

Demetria is a homeschooling mom and mompreneur who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband, two daughters, and a dog. She currently runs two podcasts for homeschool moms and moms in business, writes songs, and spends lots of time at coffee shops. Her goal is to be an encourager and motivator of women, helping them to find success and joy in homeschooling, business, and motherhood.

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