Hi Scott,Thanks for pointing this out. Amazing!I may have a terrible Monty Python sense of humour, but don't you get the feeling that someone's having a bit of a laugh?The study involved 35 home-educated children aged between four and five years of age,i.e. A study, that in the majority of countries (where school starts at age 6) would be considered totally invalid and, well, quite ridiculous!It appeared that a flexible approach to education, and a high level of parental attention and commitment, regardless of their socioeconomic group and level of education, seemed the most important factors in the children's development and progress.Is there honestly anyone in the whole world who doesn't already know this?I think this Paula Rothermel should throw her PIPS in the bin, along with the peel. Steve
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