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Overall, this is a positive article about home ed in suburban Missouri; especially the part about the public school teacher who morphed into a homeschooling teacher.
However, the last sentence, in this paragraph, is unfortunate: "Despite Tate's apprehension with the public school system, she was just as leery with the concept of home education. She even admitted to being somewhat naive in her thoughts on homeschooling, loosely equating it with cults. This belief is rather common for those who are uninformed about home education."
Rather common? Really? I'll wager the reporter is in his twenties and/or a recent j-school grad who knows nothing about how early Americans learned.
Or, to borrow Brandon Dutcher's quip: " ... the country is going to be taken over by pro-marriage, pro-family, gun-toting religious homeschoolers who don’t like high taxes and big government. In other words, the kinds of people who founded the country."