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Because no one answer is always right or always wrong for every child! When it comes to educating their kids, parents need to know that between home school, private Christian school, or public school, there’s no one right answer. As a practical guide in making that all-important decision, Multiple Choice helps parents assess each child’s learning style and their family’s goa Because no one answer is always right or always wrong for every child! When it comes to educating their kids, parents need to know that between home school, private Christian school, or public school, there’s no one right answer. As a practical guide in making that all-important decision, Multiple Choice helps parents assess each child’s learning style and their family’s goals for education. It objectively examines both the benefits and drawbacks of each form of schooling. Interviews with education professors, teachers, parents, and students who have participated in each venue combine to make this an engaging guide for parents as they make important choices for their child’s future. An easy read, this book includes tips and ideas for things parents can do at home to increase the effectiveness of their child’s education, sources for further reading, and guiding questions. Multiple Choice empowers parents to make informed decisions and to be effectively engaged in their child’s learning and spiritual growth on a daily basis.


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Because no one answer is always right or always wrong for every child! When it comes to educating their kids, parents need to know that between home school, private Christian school, or public school, there’s no one right answer. As a practical guide in making that all-important decision, Multiple Choice helps parents assess each child’s learning style and their family’s goa Because no one answer is always right or always wrong for every child! When it comes to educating their kids, parents need to know that between home school, private Christian school, or public school, there’s no one right answer. As a practical guide in making that all-important decision, Multiple Choice helps parents assess each child’s learning style and their family’s goals for education. It objectively examines both the benefits and drawbacks of each form of schooling. Interviews with education professors, teachers, parents, and students who have participated in each venue combine to make this an engaging guide for parents as they make important choices for their child’s future. An easy read, this book includes tips and ideas for things parents can do at home to increase the effectiveness of their child’s education, sources for further reading, and guiding questions. Multiple Choice empowers parents to make informed decisions and to be effectively engaged in their child’s learning and spiritual growth on a daily basis.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Kim Bakos

    Like the author, I've had experience in all three types of schooling - I attended public and Christian schools, and as a parent, my kids have gone to public schools as well as being homeschooled. There is no one "right" method of schooling - it varies by family, child, and school, and often the right answer is a mix of more than one.

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    J.D. DeHart

    Multiple Choice discusses schooling invitingly and in a way that engages those who see the world from a faith-based worldview. The book succeeds best as a starter for thinking about what groups and individuals value about education.

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