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Re: Home schooling for Cruisers

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Originally Posted by oneshotonekill View Post
Brian,

From one homeschooling dad to another, it sounds like your taking a good, balanced approach to your kidsí education. Evaluate what each of your children need and adjust accordingly. We have been homeschooling for 10 years, and itís generally a good thing. There are issues that will come up, but it really does beat the alternatives.

In the FWIW arena, if I had a way of making a good income away from the office, I would do exactly what youíre doing. I wish you and your family well.
Thanks for the kind words. Feel free to add anything.
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