Schooling Kids Expensive If You Have Choices (Free If You Don’t)

Paul Elie explains in The Atlantic why homeschooling his kids in NYC was a money-saving move. The other options, as he saw them: moving to a more expensive neighborhood (for the better school district), paying private school tuition, or engaging in “New York’s notoriously inadequate education system.” His kids go to museums and take some courses with other homeschool kids and play soccer and have math lessons around the kitchen table in the morning. “Everybody in life makes choices.

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