Chloe and Beans | Part 9

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Would ya look at that, they’ve pulled the kids out of school 🤦🏻‍♀️ Apart from the fact that there’s no way they can effectively homeschool with three small children plus different needs of the older six, how about teaching some commitment? I thought the Steiner school was amaaaazing?
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Seriously??!?! They pulled the children out of school?!? Are they kidding?! I just can't believe this. Probably too expensive with all these children.
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I think it's the cost. Steiner schools are about $6k a year per kid, they would get a discount with having 6 kids in school or even 5th child free. The other problem is that there would be some expectation to volunteer at the school. Chloe can't do it and Ro is too busy.

They also moved closer to the school, so why give it all up?

I've always had my doubts about Chloe homeschooling the kids. How can she have the time.
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This is ridiculous how can they ensure each child is pushed and supported to the level they need to be at with 3 babies
Not being nasty but C and R don’t seem the brightest parents
Evan is 10 now not long till high school it’s 11 in the uk Im not sure in
Plus she said many times the triplets were behind due to there prematurity.

My mind boggles I only have one child in school now she’s 12 and I find it hard enough to help her with her homework and I have a masters degree

I think it must be cost I feel some of those kids loved school but it’s like a cult they all have to do the same


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ukcheesefeind wrote: Tue May 10, 2022 5:17 am This is ridiculous how can they ensure each child is pushed and supported to the level they need to be at with 3 babies
Not being nasty but C and R don’t seem the brightest parents
Evan is 10 now not long till high school it’s 11 in the uk Im not sure in Image
Plus she said many times the triplets were behind due to there prematurity.

My mind boggles I only have one child in school now she’s 12 and I find it hard enough to help her with her homework and I have a masters degree

I think it must be cost I feel some of those kids loved school but it’s like a cult they all have to do the same


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Are there not government funded programs or services available geared towards helping kids with learning differences catch up, especially those born prematurely? I know here in the US, many services are offered within the school setting, especially in public schools. I find it difficult to believe that homeschooling just suits them best— it sounds like the kids aren’t where they should be academically and instead of getting them professional help, they’ve chosen to be lazy and pull them out entirely. Those poor kids— educational neglect makes me so angry.

I also like how she danced around the question asking if she wants more kids. Everyone knows she’ll be pregnant again before Birdie’s first birthday.
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Honestly it feels like we're watching a train wreck in slow motion. How can they possibly think they can offer six kids individual educational needs, three of which are behind and need extra help, while also having 3 under 2..... This is ridiculous. Those poor kids. The back and forth and lack of consistency in their lives must be so confusing.
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goodkidbadbrains wrote: Wed May 18, 2022 5:37 pm Are there not government funded programs or services available geared towards helping kids with learning differences catch up, especially those born prematurely? I know here in the US, many services are offered within the school setting, especially in public schools. I find it difficult to believe that homeschooling just suits them best— it sounds like the kids aren’t where they should be academically and instead of getting them professional help, they’ve chosen to be lazy and pull them out entirely. Those poor kids— educational neglect makes me so angry.

I also like how she danced around the question asking if she wants more kids. Everyone knows she’ll be pregnant again before Birdie’s first birthday.
There are.

I think a part of the problem is that the kids have been homeschooled and can't really adapt to school curriculum. Even a steiner school.

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