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How to Home School
(J.Toto)

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  Just one generation ago, classroom diversions included gum chewing, paper wads, tardiness, and smoking in the boy’s restroom. Today's educators must be prepared to deal with aggravated assault, gangs, guns, knives, and crack. The growing ranks of unmotivated, undisciplined youn ...Read more


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Just one generation ago, classroom diversions included gum chewing, paper wads, tardiness, and smoking in the boy’s restroom. Today's educators must be prepared to deal with aggravated assault, gangs, guns, knives, and crack. The growing ranks of unmotivated, undisciplined young people tax the effectiveness of even the most caring teachers and administrators.

Veritas Books - How to Home School J.Toto


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Crime is not the only malady inflicting our young people. What's happening in the classroom, unfortunately, may only be a reflection of our society's condition as a whole. Such issues are often not looked upon as problems, but rather as normal contemporary issues. Reform measures often include sex education at younger grades, condom distribution, and school-based health clinics. Statistics now prove that these "remedies" only add fuel to a wildfire. Many teachers are finding it progressively difficult to teach basic academic skills under such conditions, and understandably so.

A leading constituent of our schools' present condition is a man named John Dewey. In 1930, Dewey - a professor of philosophy, dedicated the last 22 years of his life to the cause of liberalism in politics. In his book, En Route To Global Occupation, author Gary Kah states: …Dewey, who became known as the "father of progressive education," went on to influence the thinking of American educators more than any other individual. What few people realize about Dewey is that he was one of America's leading atheists. He wrote:

"There is no God and no soul. Hence, there are no needs for the props of traditional religion. With dogma and creed excluded, then immutable (unchangeable) truth is also dead and buried. There is no room for fixed, natural law or permanent moral absolutes