Just get together a group of ten parents and their kids and take turns teaching them as a group. It’s like a regular school, except that the teachers and the administration are scientifically supposed to care about the students’ wellbeing, unlike a typical school. Also, each student can learn on his/her own level, students can enroll at the same time in distance education programs, and there’s no tuition, just direct expenses.
yes. because that will work out SO well…
The current system isn’t working out so well.
” take turns teaching them as a group.”
RY: Then it’s the same as regular school when you’re not teaching your kid…
I actually know of a case where they basically did this. There were a lot of people unhappy with the neighborhood school and they decided to homeschool. After a few years and a lot of people were homeschooling they decided to try a rotation based system exactly how you suggested…
It worked for about a year and then it just became another school…
It’s different because parents care about their own children.
Also, unlike a regular school, this one doesn’t have to be exclusive. Kids can enroll in various distance education programs while also having the help of a real teacher.
(By teaching them as a group, I did not mean in as a class, but that the teacher should help each student learn on his or her own, but in the same room as other students.)
RebYidd23 why do you say that the current system isn’t working? I think it’s working great!
Didn’t work for me.
It’s worked in Baltimore for years.
There’s even melamdim that learn with groups of homeschooled boys.
RebYidd23 it seems to me that you learned how to write.