• Why do symbol-minded people think Trump's on their side when he back-flips on everything ...?

    The main thing Trump and his Establishment Swamp Backers wanted was the tax cuts to the mega-wealthy. Now they are just dismantling all safeguards that exist around regulation and compliance. Wake up, Trump was never on your side. Watch him (or the GOP when Trump's gone) back flip on the TPP as an example.... show more
    The main thing Trump and his Establishment Swamp Backers wanted was the tax cuts to the mega-wealthy. Now they are just dismantling all safeguards that exist around regulation and compliance. Wake up, Trump was never on your side. Watch him (or the GOP when Trump's gone) back flip on the TPP as an example. No don't even bother saying it's about getting a better negotiating position, it simply isn't going to happen. Since quite frankly the TPP was weighted in the US favor to begin with, as a means of limiting further Chinese influence in the pacific region. Please do try and keep up, it's not that hard.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • What happens when a homeschooler fails the nationally normed, standardized test in Ohio?

    I heard you will have to be put in public school and maybe get held back. Is it true
    I heard you will have to be put in public school and maybe get held back. Is it true
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should I home school or public school my senior year of high school?

    Best answer: I think that public school would be a good thing to experience. But, if we're talking about your final year of high school, then it would probably be too late to make such a radical change to what you are used to. In terms of your academic needs... if you can pass your final year exams, then you have the... show more
    Best answer: I think that public school would be a good thing to experience. But, if we're talking about your final year of high school, then it would probably be too late to make such a radical change to what you are used to.
    In terms of your academic needs... if you can pass your final year exams, then you have the academic abilities. Everyone sits the same exams in the end. In terms of your social skills, well, I can tell you from experience that plenty of people in college are socially awkward, regardless of their schooling background. That may or may not be you too. Public schools may enable you to learn a few things with regard to social skills, but only in the sense that they involve interacting with a wide variety of people, and that is something that you will do sooner or later anyway.
    I went to a private school, and the difference between my school life and my University life was like night and day. When I finished school and started my course (started with Arts History, ended up doing computer science, at first I was just glad to get my foot in the door), 95% of the people that I knew quickly faded away from my life, and I fell in with a new crowd of people that were a better fit with who I was and who I wanted to be (lunatics and comedians in my case). And it was a time that transformed my life in a big way. My best advice is to just be true to yourself. Have a think about who you are, and what matters to you, and what interests you. When school is over, you will get a chance to bring your world more in line with that, whatever that is.
    In terms of your last year, I think you shouldn't shake things up too much, just focus on nailing your subjects. As long as you have confidence in your teachers and their ability to get you ready for the end of school, then that is your primary objective, and however it goes, you will figure out the rest after that.
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • How can I convince my parents that I should be homeschooled?

    I'm a big introvert. School stresses me out so much. I always come back from school with a terrible mood every single time. I spend my lunch time in the bathroom (i dont eat in there). Group projects are the death of me. Honestly, I could never be an extrovert. Maybe over a few years, but not now. I tried, but... show more
    I'm a big introvert. School stresses me out so much. I always come back from school with a terrible mood every single time. I spend my lunch time in the bathroom (i dont eat in there). Group projects are the death of me. Honestly, I could never be an extrovert. Maybe over a few years, but not now. I tried, but I just can't. I can't bring up conversations, nor can I make friends at school. How can I convince my mom to make me get homeschooled?
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • When atheists insist that God is evil, then claim he isn't real, which should I believe?

    Best answer: Don't believe anything they say. Atheists lie for Satan.
    Best answer: Don't believe anything they say. Atheists lie for Satan.
    20 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I have the option of staying in homeschool or going back to school. Which one should I do?

    I’m a sophomore in high school. In the first semester I was having problems w anxiety and depression So I left and my parents had me start homeschool. I don’t have a car and I don’t work. I pretty much sit at home and do my hw everyday. I get bored out of my mind and I feel like I’m losing my friends. It sounds... show more
    I’m a sophomore in high school. In the first semester I was having problems w anxiety and depression So I left and my parents had me start homeschool. I don’t have a car and I don’t work. I pretty much sit at home and do my hw everyday. I get bored out of my mind and I feel like I’m losing my friends. It sounds cheesy yeah but it hurts me more watching them move on and let go I guess. I kind of want to go back to my public school and my parents both say that I basically have no social life anymore. They want me to go back too. My old public is also building a new school right next to my house and it’d open by the end of summer. It’s quite convenient and it would make sense for me to go back after finishing this semester of homeschool. But I want to be a vet. And I was talking to my teacher about it and she said I could up my classes by making them more advanced. There’s also a vet class I can take and more options of math and sciences I can do that could give me more knowledge abt my career choice. And she said I could get into a university if I take more advanced classes. I’ve read a bunch online that homeschooled kids can’t get into universities but my teachers telling me another thing. So my perspective on homeschool changed. I wouldn’t have the opportunity of taking better classes at a public school tho. So... Part of me wants to stay in homeschool because of this new opportunity and the other part wants to go to the new school that’ll be opening up. Idk what to do...
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can you proof science is real?

    science has no evidence and until you can proof to me its real im not believing it
    science has no evidence and until you can proof to me its real im not believing it
    18 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is educational neglect child abuse?

    My 13 year old cousin doesn’t do school. She used to do homeschool when she was 5-6 but her guardian gave up because of my cousins ocd and quit having her do school. She wants to do school because she wants to be a normal kid and have a stable future but her guardian doesn’t seem to care. She always breaks promises... show more
    My 13 year old cousin doesn’t do school. She used to do homeschool when she was 5-6 but her guardian gave up because of my cousins ocd and quit having her do school. She wants to do school because she wants to be a normal kid and have a stable future but her guardian doesn’t seem to care. She always breaks promises and says she’ll enroll her in school but just doesn’t. This is obviously neglect (she neglects her in other ways too but I won’t get into that) but is this abuse? I’ve asked many people but I’ve gotten mixed responses.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is your diety controlling?

    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why would a girl never talk at school?

    Usually girls are very talkative and social
    Usually girls are very talkative and social
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • My son couldn't stand main stream school so they took him out and while they find a suitable school he is at home.?

    How do we stop him getting bored and depressed. He is doing work at home but he is depressed.
    How do we stop him getting bored and depressed. He is doing work at home but he is depressed.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why do adults believe that the school system has not changed over the years?

    For example, adults often say that school now does not have a more difficult curriculum as it did in the late 80's or 90's. Its been over 20 years, hasn't it gotten more difficult?
    For example, adults often say that school now does not have a more difficult curriculum as it did in the late 80's or 90's. Its been over 20 years, hasn't it gotten more difficult?
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is this what homeschooling produces??? The Austin bomber? Guess that socialization they get has mixed results.?

    Best answer: I've never met a socially normal homeschooled person.
    Best answer: I've never met a socially normal homeschooled person.
    2 answers · 1 month ago
  • Should I be homeschooled or stay in my highschool?

    Best answer: Talk it over with your parents. They are the ones who must make the decision and provide your homeschool education, so it's real important that it be a family decision. Meanwhile you can learn more here: http://a2zhomeschooling.com/ While you are there, be sure to check your state's homeschooling law. ... show more
    Best answer: Talk it over with your parents. They are the ones who must make the decision and provide your homeschool education, so it's real important that it be a family decision. Meanwhile you can learn more here:
    http://a2zhomeschooling.com/
    While you are there, be sure to check your state's homeschooling law. Parents must meet any requirements in it and each state varies in how they regulate homeschooling.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • My parents won't let me get a job!?

    Best answer: Parents change their minds when they see proof that alternate points of view are valid. They do NOT change their minds as a result of arguing, complaining, or debating. Step one is to have an adult conversation with ONE parent, not both, asking what you can do to show that you are ready for a job. Agree with... show more
    Best answer: Parents change their minds when they see proof that alternate points of view are valid. They do NOT change their minds as a result of arguing, complaining, or debating. Step one is to have an adult conversation with ONE parent, not both, asking what you can do to show that you are ready for a job. Agree with that one parent about the conditions of the activity and the length of time it will take to "open up the discussion." Let that parent approach the other one at the right time. In the meantime, take the conditions seriously, and meet them. Keep your mind open. If you find that you cannot live up to the agreement, consider the possibility that your parents were right, and you need more time to prepare yourself. If, on the other hand, everything falls into place, you can handle the questions of your age and legal restrictions when those considerations matter.
    9 answers · 1 month ago
  • What typically happens to children who are raised and homeschooled by religious fundamentalist parents?

    What kind of adults do they grow up to be?
    What kind of adults do they grow up to be?
    18 answers · 2 months ago
  • Does homeschooling stunt a child’s social skills?

    More parents are homeschooling because they believe that schools are less safe. I agree that we have problems in public school but socialization would be my concern. The closest childhood friends people make are often from school. Homeschoolers miss out on kindergarten, first/last days of school, the drama in... show more
    More parents are homeschooling because they believe that schools are less safe. I agree that we have problems in public school but socialization would be my concern. The closest childhood friends people make are often from school. Homeschoolers miss out on kindergarten, first/last days of school, the drama in middle school, and prom night with that expensive dress.
    19 answers · 2 months ago