Re: home schooling
From: RaynMom2 (
Date: Sat, 6 Mar 1999 10:13:38 -0600
In a message dated 3/6/99 9:28:22 AM Central Standard Time,
vmoreland [at] writes:

<< These particular kids are just great
 people and will flourish anywhere. What I meant is that they seem to be
 more comfortable interacting with adults and folks of all ages than some
 teens I've known who are glued to their peer group.  Cohousing will just
 enrich the spectrum of kids and adults with whom they have daily contact. 
 Incidentally, home-schooling families are NOT always right-wing
 conservative fundamentalists and the like.  >>

I must have missed the original post in regard to homeschooling, but I have to
agree with what Ginny said.  Homeschooling can (and does) enrich lives and not
all homeschoolers are right-wing conservative fundamentalists.

I'm a humanist homeschooler single parent living in the Bible Belt raising a
handicapped child (not politically correct) who is interested in cohousing,
intentional communities or whatever-you-want-to-call-it.  Is it any wonder I
can't find like-minded people in my area?


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