At least in Malaysia. Here’s a short reflection.
It takes many forms – from structured Learning Centers called homeschooling centers to very unstructured unschooling. While we do not fully agree that all constitutes homeschooling, we are glad to see people looking at alternatives to education.
We think it is a good sign and suited to our social environment – we cannot follow 100% what’s happening in other countries – yet we know we need to take charge and make clear decisions. We are glad it is happening, it is leading to a vibrant education scene driven by grassroots needs and demand.
We are seeing much success and more importantly, we are seeing children happy and free.
There is hope yet for our future generations, keep pushing the boundaries!