Beware of public schools. What they are teaching is so immoral! What I learned during educational classes was abysmal!
Most of the public school texts and testing are produced by Pearson Education (run by a Rothschild family monopoly).
These corrupted texts, and there testing service offering the PSAT, SAT, GRE, etc, are used in local public schools and parochial schools as well. The immoral propaganda begins in kindergarten or even in pre-school by teaching the following:
* homosexuality is an acceptable lifestyle, and that it is perfectly okay to have two mommies or two daddies
* it is perfectly okay to kill a baby, especially one that may be deformed or has Down's syndrome, so abortion is okay
* it is okay to go to your doctor and ask him to terminate your life if you are in a lot of pain, emotionally or physically by giving you an injection or an overdose of pills, thus euthanasia is okay.
* if euthanasia is okay, then suicide is okay - is it surprising that so many preteens and teens are committing suicide or assisting their friends to commit suicide or euthanasia?
* explicit sex education is okay without parental education, so masturbation is taught in kindergarten to calm the kids
* since sex feels so good, it is okay to engage in fornication and other acts of sexual immortality, just make sure to use
birth control and if that fails, then use abortion.
* Christianity is biased, but Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, and other pagan religions are good.
* the ancient religions of the Aztec were good. Yes, they had human sacrifices
* guns are bad and gun control should be enforced, so children report any guns in the house to your teacher or call 911
* corporal punishment in the homes is bad, so children report any spankings to the school nurse.
* it is perfectly okay to join in school and in public demonstrations to support pro-choice abortions.
* it is perfectly okay to join public demonstrations against gun violence and push for gun control
In addition, Planned Parenthood counselors frequent public and private novus ordo Catholic school to teach sexual immorality starting in kindergarten.
I could go on and on as I was in teacher training for several years. When I completed and earned my credential, I shared what the textbooks taught with my confessor, and he urged me not to teach because beginning teachers cannot choose their own texts but must abide by the decisions of the school principal. My credential is now nonexistent as I had decided not to teach.
In addition, when I took Pearson's Graduate Record Exam (GRE) to take graduate courses, I was horrified. One of the questions in the reading comprehension section was promoting abortion. The other reading selections were not much better. The entire test was propaganda.
Yes, many childbearing-age adults today think back to their own public school years, and think "it wasn't so bad".
But this is 2018, not the 80's or 90's when we were in K-12 school.
Today we have cell phones (allowing for all kinds of communication, sharing of images, etc. that simply wasn't possible when we were young), the Internet, and the world in general has taken several dozen steps forward on its march away from God.
When I was in school, you'd have kids tease you or you might have whispers that so-and-so likes you. Certain types of student (the more shy, less popular, etc.) would almost be "preserved" from getting romantically involved (and thus, corrupted) with the pagans around them, due to them not having the guts to go up and ask various people out. But today, it's so easy with chat, cell phones (which everyone has) and everyone has their own private phone number! Those things are so basic today, but when I was a teenager, I remember any phone calls I got would go to my home phone -- which would ring all the phones in the house. That made me think twice about dating the wrong person. Today, your child (if he has a cell phone) could get calls from ANYONE, including 50 year old men, and you'd never know it.
In the 80's, sex ed started in 5th grade, the parents had to sign a waiver, and the first class was NOT CO-ED. They divided the boys and girls into 2 rooms. Now I think that stopped the next year, but still...
In the 80's being gay was something to be ashamed of -- "gay" was even used as an insult. Today, homosexuality is almost a synonym for holiness in this upside-down, black-is-white world we live in.
The whole PC train had barely left the station back in the 80's. We called black people "blacks". The homo groups were fringe and not respected at all. There were 2 genders. Pretty much everyone believed in "binary gender".
The propaganda (anti-gun, put your head down and obey, we're in perpetual war for perpetual peace, war on terror, etc.) has been turned up to 11 since I was in school. They are forming the children to be comfortable in a 1984-esque world where they are constantly probed, scanned, ID'd, and living in terror of the boogeyman "terrorists" under every rock. Extracting my children from this ALONE is worth the hundreds of hours we have to spend (both my wife, and I) and all the expenses related to homeschooling.
As an aside, even though I work full time and fill the traditional male gender role, there are more things I have to do when I get home *because* my wife is constantly trying to keep up with homeschooling. There are chores/tasks that might be on her plate instead of mine (theoretically) if we weren't homeschooling, and/or if we had fewer children. This is what they mean when they speak about "your spouse supporting you" in your decision to homeschool. Imagine my wife's stress if I was against her homeschooling our children: I would consider every hour spent on homeschooling as an hour wasted (e.g., spent watching youtube videos) -- and I would add chores and tasks to her list accordingly.
So just like with religion, politics and money, it's critical that you and your spouse agree on how to school your children. If you disagree about this, it means you're not together on other things as well (religion, attitude towards the world, etc.)
So obviously it works so much better if both parents are on board. If we sent our kids to public school, we'd both have much more free time -- our life would be more pleasurable and easy, until our children start displaying the consequences of our short-sighted decision!
In the end, we would regret it if we didn't homeschool. So however hard it is, we have to do it. If even ONE of our children were lost (to Hell) because of our choosing the "easy route" we would have intense regret, and maybe even lose our souls when we are judged by God. What would we have, anyhow? Maybe I'd have created 1 extra video game for the world? Maybe a few more outdoor projects completed? My wife would have more time to read Mommy Blogs and various online articles? We'd both have more time to kill on CathInfo? How can those activities even be compared to the value of a single soul!