By Roger Harnack
Gazette Publisher 



Educators nationwide scoff at the idea of homeschooling children.

Those in unions, especially those in the Washington Education Association in our state, say parents can’t provide the same educational opportunities at home as are available in public schools. A large part of their reasoning is social interaction. Indeed, those in the union have long argued social interactions are more important than allowing advanced students to move up a grade or substandard students from being held back.

Even educators in our community colleges and universities make the argument that adult students gain...

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