“Home Education” is the UK term for what may be better known as Homeschooling. Our children don't attend school, or in some cases may only attend school part time.
It is one thing to become dissatisfied with a school system and decide that you can do a better job. It is another matter entirely if an LEA is so unresponsive to your child's needs that school threatens his mental health.
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Regular schooling refers to the child receiving their education in either a public or private school where various subjects are taught to not only one child but to larger groups of kids, where various teachers or few teacher educate them on various subjects such as math, history, science, physical education, and many other.
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Technology is everywhere. Net Geners cannot remember a time in their education where a computer was not used for some learning experience. Because of this "tech-savviness," traditional educational practices and ethics are coming into question. Cheating, for example, always a major academic infraction, is on the rise on college campuses—and technology is helping with cheating. Talk to students and any one of them will tell you that cheating is prevalent and part of the culture, especially in technical disciplines. That is, if you use the strict definition of cheating.
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In California, the federal appeals court has stated that the: "Congressional preference for educating handicapped children in classrooms with their peers is made unmistakably clear."
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Board of Education The court adopted "a presumption that among the alternative programs of education, placement in a regular public school class with appropriate ancillary services is preferable to placement in a special school class."(See hearing proceedures 13a)
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Jake Seaton, as a part of his multidisciplinary degree, took a video course through distance education—and didn't like it. "I needed the structure of going to class. I would go to my other classes and then come home and have another class to watch on TV," he said. "I didn't like it. At the end of the day, I wanted to be done, not have to work at a class at home."
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v State Board of Education , 874 F.2d 1036 (5th Circuit Court 1989) found that regular education placement is appropriate if a child with a disability can receive a satisfactory education, even if it is not the best academic setting for the child.