There is a growing movement amongst preppers to homeschool as a preparatory measure prior to a potential disaster or emergency situation. They argue that the experience is beneficial for both kids and parents, and it permits them to better prepare their entire family for what may come. However, there are others who claim that the expense, time, and effort might be too much compared to the advantages gained. As I myself benefited from both public and home schooling during my young life, I thought I’d give interested prepping parents a helpful guide to see if homeschooling would give them sufficient advantage to be worth the costs.
A quick definition of the common types of schooling
You may already be well aware of what “homeschooling” looks like vs what public schooling does, but let me clarify things real quick:
- Homeschooling. Teaching your kids at home, where one or both…
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