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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Public School HOMESCHOOL vs Two-thirds of college professors report that what is taught in high school does not prepare studentsfor college. Stanford University accepted 26% of the 35 homeschoolers who applied--nearly double its overall acceptance rate. Pros:Free to choose curriculum Free to choose schedule Small teacher to student ratio Teaches students to be independent in their learning choices Cons:Usually more expensive than public school Teachers are not always qualified to teach all subjects Its harder to provide social interaction Colleges sometimes have stricter admission policies concerning homeschooled students. Only one in four high school students graduate ready forcollege in all four core subjects (English, reading, math and science), which is why a third of students entering college have to take remedial courses. Pros:Learning within a group settingExtra-curricular activity availabilityMore curriculum opportunitiesDiverse social education. Homeschooling or Public Schooling?Here are some statistics that could be the deciding factor Cons:High student-teacher RATIOLess independence (scheduled learning)School chooses curriculumPeers based on area instead of choice The home-educated typically score 15 to 30 percentile points above public-school students on standardized academic achievement tests. Home-educated students typically score above average on the SAT and ACT tests that colleges consider for admissions.
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