The Suffolk Herald posted a piece on local home education.
Families opt out of the classroom By Matthew Ward
In the kitchen, the fridge bears a mechanical engineering diagram with fulcrums and levers, and the cabinet doors hold history timelines. Many of the educational adornments posted on the walls were devised by the children themselves as assignments.
When the children spread out on the kitchen table with their laptops, books and worksheets, their faithful pooch “Peanut” likes to wind between their legs.
After the two families offered enlightened reasons why they homeschool, a motivated Suffolk school administrator offered her argument against homeschooling.