Keep it the same
the grade shouldent exist and they should stay in school till 12th grade
When this story ran ironically the same year this story ran as well: Home school numbers on the decline - Kingman Daily Miner - Kingman, Arizona That was in 2008 you really had to go back in time find something didnt you?
And those numbers do not take in account why a student stopped going to a public school and is being home schooled. You seem to be assuming that every home schooled student is there because they dropped out of school. But a drop out isnt a student that moves to a different mode of education they are actually dropping out of schooling entirely. So your claim then is false.
Looing back at it, we had to home school our son for a year because of an illness. I was shocked at how easy it way to get him disenrolled and enrolled into a home school set up. My wife and I are educated, but I think it is a farce to say that an uneducated parent can give the same education as a public school. You also don't get the social interaction skills that being in a public setting brings.
As a dreamer of dreams and a travellin' man, I have chalked up many a mile.
Read dozens of books about heroes and crooks and I've learned much from both of their styles!
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.
Perhaps we need to reevaluate what our schools do.
I know in education circles, vocational education is a bad word,
but maybe it is time to add a craft/skill track as a possible option for students.
By the end of 10th grade, they likely know if College is in their near future.
Knowing Plumbing, HVAC, or even how to cut hair,
could vastly enhance their lives, over minimum wage jobs.
We each need different things, at different points in life,
Sometimes we would like someone to discuss Lock's natural laws,
other times, we need a plumber who knows how to stop that pipe from leaking.