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The 25 Gifts of Homeschooling: The Gift of Quality Education

5. Homeschooling is the Gift of Quality Education 


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Parents can give their child the gift of a quality education specially tailored to them. We can meet the needs of our gifted child. We can reach them where they're at and give them the enriched education they crave. Struggling learners are not left behind, either. With learning challenges or special needs, we can slow things down where they need it, and enrich their education where they’re able.

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