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Home education is for everyone, not only the sick or wealthy – here’s why


Who is home education for? Have you considered how this question may apply to your family? The South African Department of Basic Education (DBE) likes to promote the biased idea that home education is only for families with sick children whose conditions require extensive assistance, or for families who are wealthy enough to pursue their own education preferences. But is this true? This article will explain why home education is for...

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