Written by Ginny Seuffert on February 20, 2013
“Home schooling is absolutely necessary for the survival of the Catholic Church in America.” - Fr. John Hardon, S.J.
Home education is often characterized merely as a vibrant alternative to institutional schools. At home, we assert, children are given opportunities to explore their interests and for their intellects to soar in a supportive learning environment. Later when family circumstances change, or the child expresses an interest, students often are enrolled in public school to further their educational experience. Whatever fits the needs of the child, or family, at a particular time is seen to be paramount. But that is not the case, according to Fr. John Hardon, as quoted above.
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