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The core idea is a reaction against making kids grow up too fast.
Furthermore, this idea is put forth as if it were "traditional" morality.
Not all homeschoolers were fortunate enough to be a part of a homeschool group, but those who were remember the rush of putting on real clothes in eager anticipation of seeing anyone close to their own age who wasn’t related to them.
Of course, this wasn’t a homeschooling requirement, but most homeschool families pulled up to the church fellowship hall in a 10-passenger van and filed out like Russian nesting dolls.
For many homeschooling parents, the decision to keep kids home reflects a disillusionment with the system of public education, not only with regards to curriculum, but especially in the area of morality and ethics.