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1-15-2008 @ 2:48PM
Some kids respond to a traditional education and some don't. For those who don't, this seems like a very good way of getting a real honest life education. As long as the parents are reasonably smart themselves and attentive to detail (which it sounds the mother is at least) I don't see why this would result in any less of an education than a traditional one would. Now that I think of it, what we consider a traditional education provides a structurally narrow test-score-driven path which is far from ideal.As long as the "gaps" eventually get filled in as the kids get older, I would highly approve of this method of learning.
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