There is a new trend these days in Cincinnati as most parents find public and private schools unfit for their children. They feel those eight hours of tough education is not just the kind of session they would want their child to go through. This probably can explain the new concept formed in the minds of parents in Cincinnati, which we call homeschooling.
So what are the benefits of homeschooling? First comes the remarkable cut of expense in education. In Cincinnati, many families can not afford public education, no mention the private one. Though the Superintendent of Cincinnati Schools has call for a cut on tuition fees, there are seldom the effective results. With the introduction of homeschooling, education inevitably becomes comparatively cheap in Cincinnati, and parents can save a lot on fees and admission charges.
Another prominent point of home education is that children can be given in-depth and personal focus on any subject which they show the talent for or struggle with. Besides, the intimate education circumstance allows your kids to express their opinions and special interest, which they may not feel free to do in front of a large class.
So are you planning to check whether home education is workable for your family? Actually there is a prosperous and complete homeschooling network in Cincinnati, from which you can get expert advice and attentive support, and exchange experience and share sources with all who educate at home or are interested in homeschooling.
Cincinnati Area Teaching Children at Home (CATCH) is community-based educational organization for people living in the areas of Southwestern Ohio, Southeastern Indiana, and Northern Kentucky. By joining their groups via website, homeschoolers can get a free membership for CATCH, which avails members to post messages and internet links in the member-only forum.
Cincinnati Secular Homeschool Connection offers services and supports for families in Northern Cincinnati, Southern Dayton areas and several surrounding cities. It is noteworthy that this group encourages parents of special needs children to join.
Homeschool Network of Greater Cincinnati is a sophisticated network of families who educate children at home or plan to. Members come from southern Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. You can sign up for a monthly newsletter and receive e-mails about the latest get-together, events, and get informed of homeschooling families near you. Call (513) 583-0568 to get more information.
For homeschoolers and families in or near Cincinnati, you can go to Duke Energy Convention Center during March 31 to April 2, 2011to join the Cincinnati Homeschool Convention which is a great event of the year about home education.