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similarities between home school vs. public education?
Really they are hard to compare. Public school is only one form of education, while homeschooling encompasses everything else. [ The biggest difference though, and I think this applies to all different forms of homeschooling, is that homeschooling generally fits the student better because it gives him/her the oppertunity to study in the way best suited for their learning type. They aren't really
alike at all, I mean they are alike to some forms of homeschooling but there is such a wide variety of styles that it is hard to find similarities that apply to all of them. I suppose it's best to stick to the obvious and just try to make it sound smart: both public and home schooling methods have the similar goal of teaching students and preparing them for the future. ]
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