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Old 11-07-10, 09:19
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A very convincing article on the social aspects of HEing which certainly helped us!

http://www.underhill.nildram.co.uk/article_1.htm
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Old 11-07-10, 09:38
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It was the question we were asked most, I think. A complete myth of course, indeed worse than that. How abnormal is it to be confined for a large part of the day with a bunch of kids your own age. No other section of society is like that - not even the armed services or a monastery!


I had a nose around this site - Home Education in the UK - and in the 'Links' section found this:
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Freedom In Scottish Education
"The FISE campaign is being run by a group of home educators, and is not directly connected with any home education support organisation. The campaign is calling on the Scottish government to scrap the guidance on home education."
Clicking on the link for this will take you to a site called Celebrity Love . The title is the only part in English as the rest appears to be in Japanese!
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