Homeschooling Protecting Kids from Bullying

Not sure if this is a good thing or not. Well, @Robert Lindsay certainty wouldn’t agree.

https://www.infowars.com/thanks-to-shutdowns-many-will-learn-that-public-schooling-isnt-all-that-essential-after-all/

Although public schools may be “safe spaces” for politically correct curricula, they do not guarantee safe environments for students’ physical and mental health.

According to a study from the US Department of Health and Human Services, 49 percent of school children in grades 4–12 reported being subjected to bullying by other students on a monthly basis, while 30.8 percent reported that they themselves engaged in bullying. How’s that for constructive socialization?

The reason though is because it all boils down to the parents raising a stronger kid before they get to school. It’s funny when these types talk about bullying because – LOL – due to their views (Be a man, Stand up for the Whites etc.), they’re the ones doing/defending the bullying. But of course we can’t forget Latino and Black bullying of Whites.

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  1. Hmmm. The May 17th episode of Bob’s Burgers coincidentally dealt with a student who wants to be home schooled and had asked Louise for help in getting in trouble (so the parents would pull her out of school). When Louise finds out that Kaylee wants to isolate herself because she feels she doesn’t fit in and doesn’t want to have to deal with people, Louise tries instead to help Kaylee make friends instead.

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