So most of the people on this board seem to think that homeschooling is the best way to educate our children. However, I know very little about the subject. So in conjuction with some independent research, I have a few questions. My question are... 1. On what scale would homeschooling be implimented? 2. How would student's be assured a quality education? (Note: Please don't retort that publics are bad already, its a given. Plus, moving from one bad situation to another bad one doesn't make a good situation, come up with something constructive.) 3. What would poorer familes where both parents have to work do? 4. Colleges would need some way to ensure they get quality students, but the SAT is already under attack for not fully recognizing a students ability, what could be done? 5. What would we do with the newly unemployed teachers? 6. What would be done with school supported extracurricular activities (eg. sports, band, theatre, etc.) 7. Many experts consider actual lab experiments an essential element of any science curricula. How could this and other specialized areas be covered? 8. What about learning foriegn languages? 9. How would a the curriculum be determined? 10. What could be done to ensure students still have adequate social relations with their peers?