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“YOU” CAN HELP THE HOMELESS BETTER MY WAY!!!! JUST BUY ITEM’S SO THEY CAN BUILD THINGS TO SELL!!!!   Leave a comment

 

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This link will take you to the WISH LIST for the HOMELESS WORKSHOP (INDEPENDENT WORKSHOP)

My name is Alvin Davis I have and am HOMELESS, I lived through the Winter and now the Summer, I am the one sitting Quietly outside no sign, not asking anything, I watch people go by me and never say a word, not even look my way!!!

6 mo. ago I wrote out a plan to END HOMELESSNESS, simple, give job to the homeless to make money, your not HOMELESS with money in your pocket.

A WORKSHOP, WHERE THE HOMELESS CAN MAKE CRAFT’S AND BUILD THING FOR THE CITY THEY LIVE IN.  I SEE WHERE THE 2.8 MILLION HOMELESS IN AMERICA ARE NOT GETTING ANY BETTER, THE OLD SYSTEM DOES NOT WORK, THIS WILL BECAUSE WHEN A HOMELESS PERSON WORK’S FOR HIS PAY, IT BUILD’S PRIDE, SELF-WORTH.  AFTER THEY BECOME MASTERS AT THERE CRAFT I HAVE A BUSINESS MAN TO COME AND HELP THEM START THERE OWN BUSINESS.

ALL I NEED FROM YOU IS TO BUY ONE OF THE ITEMS THAT ARE NEEDED TO MAKE SOMETHING FOR THE HOMELESS TO SALE, MR. PAUL HAS ALLOWED US TO USE HIS BUILDING AND WORKSHOP. IT WILL DO ALL THAT IS NEEDED TO HELP THE FAMILY’S AND MEN AND WOMEN GET OUT OF THIS HUGE PROBLEM.

SOOO PLEASE HELP: JUST ONE THING WILL HELP A HOMELESS PERSON OR FAMILY.

 

GOD BLESS YOU

ALVIN LESTER DAVIS

 

 

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ARKANSAS “PROGRAMS” to help the “HOMELESS”   Leave a comment

 

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Arkansas transitional housing programs.
The currently homeless and residents facing eviction can get assistance from transitional housing resources and programs. Many non-profits in Arkansas help the evicted, homeless, and low income families by providing them with temporary lodging and other support. Clients of the programs will also be able to enroll into several other services, such as job placement, training, and self-sufficiency.
Most of the towns and cities in Arkansas have some form of low income and/or transitional housing program. If a location is not near you then referrals and other information may be provided. Some centers focus on veterans, single parents, youth, or the long term homeless. There is often a waiting list in place as resources and capacity is limited. However most will offer some form of support or guidance to anyone seeking help.
Jenkins Memorial Center
2410 Rike Drive
Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71603
Phone – (870) 879-0311
Housing and care is offered for people with mental disabilities.
Southeast Arkansas Homeless Continuum Of Care
501 E 12th Street
Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601
For service, dial (870) 534-0504
The non-profit assists people who are homeless so that they may move to both permanent housing and obtain self-sufficiency.
Our Farm – Jessica House For Girls and Boys
Assists the homeless and helps them find, pay for, and be placed into permanent housing. Get assistance in finding employment, low income housing and find ways to meet your basic needs.
318 West Elm Street, Rogers, AR 72756, (479) 631-0838
615 West Chestnut Street, Rogers, Arkansas 72756, telephone (479) 631-0838

Restoration Ministries
Main address is 2215 Little Flock Drive
Rogers, AR 72756
Intake number is (479) 631-7345
Souls Harbor
1206 North Second Street, PO Box 1004
Rogers, Arkansas 72757
Main phone – (479) 631-7878
Main Street Mission
1110 East 2nd Street
Russellville, AR 72801
Phone – (479) 968-8303
This location provides temporary, emergency shelter for families and children who are homeless.
CAPCA – Community Action Program For Central Arkansas (White County)
1132 Benton Searcy, AR 72143
Searcy, AR 72143
(501) 362-8231
Limited transitional housing and related assistance is available to those that were evicted and the homeless.
Randy Sams Outreach Shelter of Bowie County
402 Oak Street
Texarkana, TX 75501
(903) 792-5392
Also supports families in Arkansas.
Eastern Arkansas Continuum Of Care
205 South Redding
West Memphis, AR 72301
Main number is (870) 732-7520
Health Resources Of Arkansas – Wilbur D Mill Treatment Facility – North Arkansas Human Services
528 West Chestnut Street
Marianna, Arkansas 72360
(870) 295-2575
Provides Lee County families with a shelter. The locations also offer shelter for those transiting from substance abuse facilities.
Southern Christian Home – Morrilton
Location is 100 West Harding Street
Morrilton, AR 72110
(501) 354-2428
Conway County is supported. The center offers shelter and other support services for qualified families and individuals. The objective is to help them live independently and to also transition into permanent housing. Single mothers can also find low income, subsidized homes and apartments.
Alpha House
701 Dryer Street in Baxter County
Mountain Home, Arkansas 72654
Telephone – (870) 425-8526
Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter
Rogers, Arkansas 72756
Phone – (479) 246-9999
Single parents, women, and their children can receive housing, meals, clothing, and referrals as needed.
Sparks Rescue Mission – Gamma House
Location is Route 8 Box 166, 104 East 10th Street
Mountain Home, AR 72654
(870) 425-2512
Transitional housing, meals, and support groups for men and women with HIV / AIDS.
Youth Bridgeyouth Bridge – Mountain Home Office
706 South Main Street, Suite 1
Mountain Home, Arkansas 72653
Main phone number is (870) 425-5644
Hot Springs/Southwest Arkansas Continuum Of Care
Main address is PO Box 924
Arkadelphia, Arkansas 71923
(870) 246-3122
Havenwood
808 North Main Street, Box 1
Bentonville, AR 72712
Primary phone number is (479) 273-1060
Oasis Of Northwest Arkansas, Inc. and Benton County
PO Box 2722
Bentonville, Arkansas 72712-2722
Main number – (479) 619-6063
Assistance administered includes transitional housing, mentoring in personal, peer-based support and family life skills.

Mississippi County Union Rescue Mission
Main address is 400 East Walnut Street
Blytheville, Arkansas 72316
Call (870) 763-9922 for intake.
Women’s Shelter of Central Arkansas
Conway, AR 72032
Union County Family Shelter
El Dorado, AR 71731
Victims of domestic violence can also get help.
Youth Bridge – Benton County Counseling Office
250 East Centerton Boulevard
Centerton, AR 72719
(479) 795-1802
This site serves as therapeutic group home for adjudicated males, a residential substance abuse treatment center for teens, and also offers a transitional living program for homeless young adults.
Calvary Baptist Church
144 Nicki Avenue Highway 95 East
Clinton, AR 72031
Phone number is (501) 745-3245
Bethlehem House
930 Faulkner Street
Conway, AR 72034
Main phone number is (501) 513-3663
(501) 329-4862
Provides an emergency shelter with showers, washing machine, meals, and more. Residents may be able to enroll into the transitional housing program too.
Faulkner County Community Action Program
707 Robins Street, Suite 118
Conway, Arkansas 72034
Call (501) 362-8231
Pickles Gap Baptist Church
Main location is 2 Pickles Gap Road
Conway, Arkansas 72032
Telephone – (501) 327-4781
Shelter, food, clothing, and other basic needs for the homeless and very poor.
Toad Suck Continuum Of Care
930 Faulkner Street
Conway, AR 72034
(501) 329-4862
The organization offers housing and financial assistance to people at risk of losing their homes and also those currently without homes or apartments. Get help in moving to self-sufficiency and permanent housing. They are a HUD (Housing and Urban Development) approved agency.
Decision Point – Bentonville
Location is 602 North Walton Street
Decatur, AR 72722
(479) 464-1060
The Salvation Army
419 South Madison Avenue
El Dorado, Arkansas 71730
(870) 863-4830
A number of services are administered. They include shelter, emergency housing, and help in finding a new home. Some funds may also be provided for security deposits or first month’s rent.
Youth Bridge
Housing programs are focused on younger residents, teenagers and the youth.
Boone County, 600 South Pine Street, Harrison, Arkansas 72602, (870) 741-8484
Washington County, 2153 E. Joyce Blvd. Suite 201, Fayetteville, AR 72703, (479) 575-9471

Benton County Women’s Shelter
Bentonville, AR 72712
(501) 273-0730
Our House II
Main address: 302 E Roosevelt Rd
Little Rock, Arkansas 72206
Phone:(501) 375-2416
All Is Well Homeless Shelter
1202-1212 South Rosser
Forrest City, Arkansas 72335
Telephone: (870) 630-9698
Crowleys Ridge Development Council
1343 South Washington
Forrest City, Arkansas 72335
Call (870) 935-8610
Offers programs such as shelter, transitional housing, self-sufficiency and more to Saint Francis County residents.
Crisis Center For Women (CCW)
500 Lexington Avenue, Suite A
Fort Smith, AR 72901
(800) 359-0056
The site runs a so called safe house (including food, shelter, and clothing) for survivors of domestic violence. Children, students, and others can get assistance.
Next Step Day Room
123 North 6th Street, Suite 200
Fort Smith, AR 72901
(479) 782-5433
Guy Perkins School District
Main address is 492 Highway 25 North
Guy, AR 72061
Main number is (501) 679-3507
An emergency shelter for Faulkner County.
Homeless Opportunities Partnership Exchange – (HOPE)
PO Box 762
Harrison, Arkansas 72601
(870) 741-2121
Supports residents of North Arkansas. Programs can help people stabilize their lives. Assistance is for those facing imminent foreclosure/eviction and the current homeless. Access transitional housing, employment programs, education, transportation, and get other basic needs fulfilled.
Community Action Program of Dleburne County
305 West Searcy Street
Heber Springs, AR 72543
(501) 362-8231
Get information on rental assistance and regional transitional housing resources. Job placement, government benefits, and other aid such as section 8 are administered.
St. Francis House
2701 S Elm St
Little Rock, AR 72204
Phone: (501) 664-5036

Seven Hills Homeless Shelter
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Dial the non-profit at 479.251.7776
Harmony House, Inc.
Jasper, Arkansas 72641
(870) 446-5522
Assemblies Of God Family Services Agency
Location of the center is 2325 Malvern Avenue
Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas 71901-8037
Phone – (501) 262-1660
Eleanor Klugh Jackson House For Crisis Intervention (Jackson House)
Main address: 705 Malvern Avenue
Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas 71901
(501) 623-4048
Supports the poor and homeless in Garland County.
Greater Grace
355 Garden Street
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901
(501) 318-1897
Housing is offered for men, children who are homeless, and women.
Hillcrest Children’s Home
2325 Malvern Avenue
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901
Main phone – (501) 262-1660
Quapaw House Inc. – B.a.r.b.s. Place
276 Linden Street
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901
(501) 767-4456
Treatment, housing, and more is offered for men, women, pregnant and/or women with children, dealing with substance abuse issues. Some minimal fees are due from participants.
Quapaw House Inc. – Transitional Living Centers
Location is 1812 Mountain Pine Road
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913
Telephone number is (501) 767-4456

Gaines House
1702 S Gaines St
Little Rock, AR 72206
Phone: (501) 376-7922
Domicilary Care for Homeless Veterans Program
North Little Rock, AR 72114
Veterans in Arkansas can receive shelter, temporary transitional housing, and help in applying for government benefits too.
Samaritan Ministries Of Hot Springs
Main address: 131 Sanford Street
Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas 71901-2674
(501) 321-2888
The organization provides those who are qualified with a homeless shelter. It is offered in a crises as a last resort.
Therapeutic Family Services – Hot Springs National Park
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913
Call the center at (870) 867-4402
Crowleys Ridge Development Council – Chemical Free Living Center
PO Box 1497
Jonesboro, Arkansas 72403
Main phone – (870) 932-0228
Jonesboro/Northeast Arkansas Continuum Of Care
Address is 901 E. Lake Street
Jonesboro, AR 72401
For intake, dial (870) 236-8080
Offers assistance to residents of Craighead County and nearby counties and towns who do not have a home or apartment to live in. Work with a case manager on the opportunity to move to self-sufficiency and permanent apartments. Other resources such as housing vouchers, job search, education, and more is also available by referrals.
Union County Family Shelter
El Dorado, AR 71731
(870) 862-0929
L.I.F.E., Inc.
Pine Bluff, AR 71601
(870) 536-9610
Womens Crisis Center Of Northeast Arkansas
Jonesboro, Arkansas 72403
(870) 933-9449
Agape Inc.
428 East Scott Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37917
(423) 525-1661
Runs a shelter in Arkansas and offers other services for women who are trying to recover from alcohol or substance abuse.

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(Homeless Solution) To have homeless “BUILD” things to sell and the money made is there’s to keep!!   1 comment

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Hi “FRIEND’s And to be friends!  My name is Alvin Davis I was homeless for 8mo. living in a TENT on a hill YES…(FREEZEING) Brrrrr

So I laid out a “PLAN” first to find someone to let the homeless use there Commercial Building, so there the homeless can work on making craft’s like Tables, Art’s CRAFT’s

All kind watch videos

 

https://youtu.be/eZugBR8ArkY  two kind’s of paint

 

Now I need your “HELP” I have a Amazon wish list:  This way you can see what we need and buy them and have them sent to the workshop for the homeless, we have 600 homeless here and everyday 20 to 40 more show up.

 

Tray: is the forman over the wood shop

Stephanie is over the craft’s Quilt’s, reused item’s and art’s

 

I am Alvin just a helper.

 

If you can see it in your heart to buy just one thing that is enough, we love you as god has always loved us.

 

Thank-You and may GOD BLESS YOU!!!!

Posted June 11, 2017 by Teacher Alvin in shopping blue jenes

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I want to END homelessness all over “AMERICA”   Leave a comment

take a poseThe plan: Get a building half for the girl’s and half for the boy’s, have the homeless make things to sell, so that they will “ON THERE OWN” get out of this problem.

I want to build the HOMELESS WORKSHOP IN EVERY STATE!!!!!

INDEPENDENT WORKSHOP WILL BE THE NAME, BUT IT IS A HOMELESS WORKSHOP

WILL YOU HELP ME BUILD THIS!!

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  • Not as much stress

    Hey everyone I’m 11, my life at school is very horrible, not that i get bullied. School stresses me out so much that it gets me and my mom sick. I already missed 13 days of school because all that stress gets me stomach and head aches. My mom always tells me to feel positive, but honestly it never happens. I’ve been begging my mom to home school me but it won’t work.

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  • Unless You’re Ignorant

    Those who believe home school should be banned simply need enlightenment.
    Homeschooling is not for everyone, but the vast majority of people who dislike it have clearly never experienced firsthand the wonders a loving parent can do for a child’s education in a safe environment.
    I’ve been homeschooled my whole life, except for about one and a half years in which I experienced public school and decided for myself that I loved homeschooling with a fiery passion.
    Most parents homeschool because they love their children and want to spend time with them. They believe a child’s education is personal. Homeschool is incredibly flexible. Each child’s course book, pace, and studying location is molded to their abilities. This provides optimal efficiency. In a public school, everyone’s put into a cookie cutter or mold. Everyone has to learn basically the same thing at the same pace. There are constant delays in class. The smart kids are bored and the slower kids are lost.
    Social life is fantastic for homeschoolers. The flexibility of their schedules allows them to meet with friends at any time. Co-ops are free from peer-pressure, teachers with bias, sex, drugs, and alcohol, and violence. My co-op has been one of the biggest blessings of my life.
    They learn responsibility better than public schoolers, because they must learn self-motivation. Their work ethic is amazing. Colleges actually seek after homeschoolers. On average thier GPA is higher, and so are their ACT and SAT scores. More homeschoolers go to college than public schoolers.
    Who can better teach values, personal morals and good behavior than a loving parent? There are so many students in public schools that teachers must be fairly impersonal. They only have five days a week with kids for two semesters, then the kids move on and get a different teacher. Homeschooling is different. With a mom or dad personally guiding the child’s academics, their learning is vastly improved and no one is left behind.
    The parents are perfectly qualified to teach. There are hundreds of courses custom made for homeschoolers to equip them for college, the world, life, and tests. These courses are self-explanatory and tell the parent what activities and lessons to do so that their school year is thoroughly planned out.
    Oh, I’m sorry, was I rambling? I could go on and on. I have to cut it short. Excuse me while I go write a book about this.
    I adore homeschooling.

  • Homeschooling is Better!

    As the other says homeschool is very fun and you are not stress on studying. Do you think one teacher can teach all students like 40 – 50 students? One teacher can’t focus their attention on one child or another. On home school, parents are very focus on their child and you are able to make your own curriculum for your child to enjoy!

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  • Homeschooling is much better than public schools

    Its less stressful and you like to learn about things. I hate public schools that are less fun and the teachers can be mean. Some teachers don’t teach the way that you can learn. You don’t have to get up early and you have better food .You can still see friends

  • Depends on the student

    I know people who have thrived in public school and homeschool. I also know people who have had a terrible experience with both. The argument that homeschooled kids are antisocial is complete crap. There may be some, but there are just as many kids at public school who have no social skills whatsoever.

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  • Can you seriously be asking

    If homeschooling is better than public school? Is a cheeseburger better than a hot pocket? Yeah? It is if you have a brain! We throw money at the public schools like it is water to a fire and we are still far behind the rest of the world in education. People think after they give their child over to the state for 12 years, 14 with pre K and K5, that they only need 4 more years of college to learn something. Obviously, if the state can’t get it done in 14 years then there is a problem with that whole idea. Socializing? Socializing is for the summer. I don’t want my kid becoming a social butterfly and worrying about brand name clothing and other superficial garbage that will help her in no way once she is an adult. How many kids end up pregnant and strung out on dope in the public school system? Yeah, that’s real cool. Anyone that sends their child to public school should be charged with abuse. If you can’t raise your child, which includes teaching them, then you shouldn’t be having kids. This government kills more kids across the world than any government in history. No, my child is too valuable to be handing her over to a psychotic system with no morality or ethics. She can socialize at Stanford. You can have your public school. The world will always need burger flippers.

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  • Home schooling is better for the kids and less stressful

    I have been bullied for basically my whole life which caused my self esteem , happiness , and my grades to drop all together public school has always been a struggle for me. Yes I know being home schooled is less social but is also less stressful for the kids.

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  • Home schooling is not better than public schooling

    Firstly, public schooling has more choices for education. This is because public schools bring teachers for different subjects. This means that the students are able to study different kinds of education. In my school for example, we get to choose the subjects we want to study from year 10 (have a few exceptions). This is not just our school; almost every school is like this. Home schooling on the other hand, there is a limited amount of education knowledge that your parents can give to you (unless they have the money to hire private teachers). 2005, the New York Times reported a family that was being taught in home. However, the children were not able to have a physical education. When the parents sent them to a public school, the children of the family were able to have the educations that they wanted.

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  • Home schooling is not better than public schooling.

    No, I do not believe that parents who home school their children are helping them instead of sending them to a public school. Going to a public school helps students develop their social and interaction skills with other human beings, which is a skill that just cannot be taught by home schooling kids.

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  • Home schooling is bad

    It is because kids may not get the chance interact with each other.Also if a kid is doing bad in school does not mean you shall home school your child,Give him what he wants such as:Xbox play station etc…And also let him do whatever he wants such as:go out with friends etc…And never hit your children or threaten them that will scar them for life.SO DO NOT HOME SCHOOL YOUR CHILD!!!

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  • Extra activities after school ??

    Personally I think public school Is better because the extra curriculars after school you can join like sports,drama,or a running club I would go to school all excited about going to basketball after school or going to volleyball practice after school ended I loved having these extra curriculars and in homeschooling you can’t really do those extra activities after school. I go to a public school and I LOVE school!!! I wake up every morning thinking YES I can’t wait to get to school!!! I’ve never had a problem at a public school, sometimes there’s that little fight with your best friend but you’re just learning how to cooperate with other people and listen to their ideas. Anyways I love public school and personally if you want to do extra activities like sports or drama or any extras after school public school would be a good choice. At least it is a good choice for me!

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  • Lack of life skills and social interaction

    Homeschooling fails to provide the inner nourishment of values, that all schools provide. Life skills and values like responsibility, honesty, fairness,etc. Are stressed more in schools.Homeschooling may appear easier, but it lacks the basic value system that every child should be taught.Also, homeschooling does not allow the students to interact with all kinds of people around them, which leads to many problems in the child’s future. School life is of course the best part of one’s life. After all.. We must enjoy what is provided in life!

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  • Advantages of Public school

    There are some people that do not get along with other people well, but that does not mean you should put them into a home schooling program! They need to learn how to cooperate with other people so they can get jobs. In modern life, you have to get a job to sustain a healthy life, if you cannot work with your co-workers, the you would always be in search of a job because you can’t cooperate with other people. I actually have a friend that was home schooled from elementary to high school and every time we brought up the subject of school, all she would say is” You are so lucky that you have the choice to be in a public school. I can’t even be in a public school for a day.” This home schooling will effect children in the long term. Unless your child is extremely mature and will do well in the world even after home schooling.

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  • In a public school you will have more opportunities.

    In a public school you are able to pick your classes and you can join extra activities. Band. Orchestra, football, basketball, soccer, cheer, drama club, N.A.L., P.E., manufacturing classes, ect. They are not available when you are homeschooled. Even though public school might be harder it is much better for your future.

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  • Home schooling teachers arent reliable

    If you look at the teachers who are in public schooling they HAVE gone through an interview before they can start teaching in the school. During the interview the school can get to know if the teacher is really willing to teach…The school doesnt want teachers who are not bothered about the students, they dont want teachers who dont care. Wile in home schooling there is nothing like an interview. The teacher just comes to your house and your taught. The teacher can not be trusted. They are unreliable. So to conclude public schooling provides better and more professional teachers than home schooling.

  • Homeschooling is terrible compared to public schooling!

    My cousin gets homeschooled so she can have a more flexible schedule. Her, and my aunt. My aunt wants it more for her, but my cousin, after about three weeks, says she hates it! She never gets to see her friends, because they always have homework or are studying or something. She goes to home school groups, but nobody gets along in those. She doesn’t get as much help as she would in public school. In public school, you have so many resources for help. Homeschooling is either your parents, your siblings (which she is an only child), or the teacher online, but she doesn’t know every subject. Her mom refuses to send her back to regular public schooling, and she hates her life now! She wants a normal life, she tells me. And that I’m lucky to be in a normal schooling system.

    Home schooling is not better than public schooling. Brainwashing is ok for this person!!!

    1.Public schooling has more choices for education
    This is because public schools bring teachers for different subjects. This means that the students are able to study different kinds of education. In my school for example, we get to choose the subjects we want to study from year 10 (have a few exceptions). This is not just our school; almost every school is like this. Home schooling on the other hand, there is a limited amount of education knowledge that your parents can give to you (unless they have the money to hire private teachers). 2005, the New York Times reported a family that was being taught in home. However, the children were not able to have a physical education. When the parents sent them to a public school, the children of the family were able to have the educations that they want.

Posted August 1, 2016 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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