No to P.S. seeking to regulate homeschooling in PR

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Huésped

#1

2015-02-05 02:09

hay que defender nuestro derecho a educar a nuestra manera.

Huésped

#2

2015-02-05 04:08

Muchos de nuestros hijos necesitan una atencion individual y a su ritmo! En medio de tantos problemas en las escuelas sin maestros,tanta matricula y cerrando mas escuelas es algo dificil de que se le brinde!

Huésped

#3

2015-02-05 06:15

El tratar de regular la enseñanza en el hogar familiar "home schooling" en realidad es una frase liviana para no decir limitar,controlar y manipular la enseñanza. ya q es la unica enseñanza que aún no a podido ser controlada y manipulada todo con el fin de limitar el desarrollo de enseñanza para hacerlo conforme a los parámetros educativos establecidos los cuales han desarrollado un sociedad frustrada limitada e incapaz de ser libres en ver realizados sus sueños para cumplir los de otros q lo controlan todo.

Huésped

#4

2015-02-05 12:16

We are in a democratic nation, why would the government want to impose on the majority of the population a law that we do not want, Why trying to be a dictator? Why violating our rights of freedom? On our democracy We could take him out of office for actions that are not according to the people, We just need to do it one time and all the other political workers would do as the people want.


Huésped

#5 Re:

2015-02-05 16:49

#4: -  

 Very True!


Huésped

#6

2015-02-05 17:38

No queremos que nuestros niños estén mas confundidos de lo que ya están al ver tantas barbaridades tanto en la calle como en la televisión la cual ya no ofrece un horario de niños y programación educativa sino novelas y mas novelas que lo que exponen es traicion , engaño, venganza ,sexo y otros malos comportamientos.

Huésped

#7

2015-02-05 18:58

No debenser ai, nuestrs niñis merecen respeto...

Huésped

#8

2015-02-05 22:02

Mis hijos no son propiedad del estado y el estado NO DECIDE como se van a educar ni criar !


Huésped

#9

2015-02-05 23:29

Los educadores en el hogar no nos oponemos a que se haga un registro anual de nuestros estudiantes para que se pueda cuantificara decuadamente los niños que estudian desde sus hogares, sin embargo el estado no debe en ninguna manera regular lo que enseñamos a nuestros niños. La petición expresa claramente cómo el homeschooling ha demostrado ser una excelente alternativa con resultados mejores que los de los sistemas educativos públicos y privados. Al querer regular el "homeschooling"afecta la capacidad de éste de ser exitoso.

El departamento de educación enfrenta dificultades en sus operaciones diarias para servir a la población que ya sirve y añadirle respnsabilidad de "vigilar"homeschoolers es añadir trabajo aun sistema ya sobrecargado.

El departamento podría sin embargo ofrecer recursos a los padres de homeschoolers.

Edda Vargas
Homeschoolingyear#6

#10 Re:

2015-02-06 05:20

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 Es verdad lo que dices pero yo entiendo que los padres deberian tener el derecho a elegir si quieren dejarle saber al gobierno si sus hijos estan siendo educados en casa. Por que por una cosita que pongan nos van a poner un monton. Es igual que ha pasado con la ley 154 mirala cuando empezo y ahora. La mayoria de las personas no saben que ha sido cambiada durante los años por que el gobierno no se los deja saber. 

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2015-02-07 00:19


Bishop Dr Rivera

#12 Re: We are democratic Nation

2015-02-07 00:23

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Excellent position on this situation.  We are democratic nation and the government can't impose on the majority of the population a law that we don't want. Puerto Rico is a democratic nation or we are govemment by dictator how want to violating our rights of freedom?.  As democretic nation we can take AGP out of office for actions that are not according to the majority people of Puerto Rico. We need to do it one time and all the other political  would will do by democracy of the majority, how have to be.

God bless Puerto Rico.

 

Bishop Hector M. Rivera Martinez, Ph.D.

Ministerio Jesucristo Esperanza Nuestra, Inc.


Huésped

#13

2015-02-07 14:05

La dignidad del ser humano de mide por sus acciones y los proponentes de este proyecto no tienen dignidad.


Huésped

#14

2015-02-07 16:20

En mi casa educó yo y no el gobierno asqueroso que hoy rige éste pais

Huésped

#15

2015-02-10 02:30

It is an outrage that they are fielding with the rights of the people this way stepping all over them.

Huésped

#16

2015-02-10 06:43

Todo padre debe tener el derecho de decidir sobre la educación que desea para sus hijos. Si esta no le es viable en la educación publica ni privada, debe poder tener la opción de proveerle home schooling. All parents should have a right to decide the education that we want for our own children. If the cannot find a it through the public or private education, they should have the option to provide their children with home schooling.
H_ROSE

#17 Homeshooling Regulation Prejudiced Invasion of Privacy

2015-02-12 23:55

Homeschooled children receive individualized attention at THEIR pace. This helps them to truly master what they are learning and builds self-confidence. Children should not be made to feel that they have to compete or be better than anyone else to have self-worth. School systems often impose these feelings on young children often with devastating results that last a lifetime. If they do not do as good as their peers or do as well as some think they should on a standardized test they are made to feel shame. They are often told they are lazy or lead to believe that there is something wrong with them when all they may need is a little more time or maturity to master the skill. Children should be made to feel proud of their OWN hard work, their OWN accomplishments and their OWN improvement, not how they fare in comparison to others. This truly motivates children to want to succeed. No individual learns exactly alike and homeschoolers are able to experiment with different teaching methods till they find one that suits their child best, while schools often use the one size fits all method which many times fall short in reaching all students. This often leaves students who don't learn well with this method frustrated and unmotivated. Children need education but they need to be children too. Children are natural learners, naturally curious and deserve a chance to thrive and explore their own interests not only those imposed by adults. Homeschooling gives children this opportunity. Homeschoolers also learn to socialize with all sorts of individuals young and old not just their peers which results in well-rounded individuals. In a real world setting we deal with not only our peers (people of our own age, intelligence level and/or social back round),but also with those who are of different ages, interests, intelligence levels and back rounds. Homeschoolers are better equipped to deal socially with all types of individuals since they are educated in a variety of settings and therefore benefit from the experience of dealing with all types of individuals. If I agreed with the way schools educate children I would have sent them to a traditional school. Clearly I do not since as expressed above homeschooling offers children benefits that in my opinion far exceed those of traditional schools. Regulating homeschooling to fit traditional school standards would suppose that this is the only correct way to educate an individual when much evidence has proved that homeschooling methods are just as effective if not better. This is an imposition on a parent's choice to choose what type of education is best for their children and relinquishes a parent's natural right to educate their own child the way they think is best. The government only has the right to relinquish a parent's rights when their course of action is PROVEN detrimental to a child's welfare. Homeschooling has NOT been PROVEN detrimental to children's welfare on the contrary it has been PROVEN beneficial. Therefore this regulation is a prejudiced invasion of the privacy of homeschooling families throughout the island, assuming that these parents are less fit and more negligent with their children than other parents that have chosen a traditional school for their children.
H_ROSE

#18 Homeschooling Regulation Prejudiced Invasion of Privacy

2015-02-13 15:37

Homeschooled children receive individualized attention at THEIR pace. This helps them to truly master what they are learning and builds self-confidence. Children should not be made to feel that they have to compete or be better than anyone else to have self-worth. School systems often impose these feelings on young children often with devastating results that last a lifetime. If they do not do as good as their peers or do as well as some think they should on a standardized test they are made to feel shame. They are often told they are lazy or lead to believe that there is something wrong with them when all they may need is a little more time or maturity to master the skill.  Children should be made to feel proud of their OWN hard work, their OWN accomplishments and their OWN improvement, not how they fare in comparison to others. This truly motivates children to want to succeed. No individual learns exactly alike and homeschoolers are able to experiment with different teaching methods till they find one that suits their child best, while schools often use the one size fits all method which many times fall short in reaching all students. This often leaves students who don't learn well with this method frustrated and unmotivated. Children need education but they need to be children too. Children are natural learners, naturally curious and deserve a chance to thrive and explore their own interests not only those imposed by adults. Homeschooling gives children this opportunity.  Homeschoolers also learn to socialize with all sorts of individuals young and old not just their peers which results in well-rounded individuals. In a real world setting we deal with not only our peers (people of our own age, intelligence level and/or social back round), but also with those who are of different ages, interests, intelligence levels and back rounds. Homeschoolers are better equipped to deal socially with all types of individuals since they are educated in a variety of settings and therefore benefit from the experience of dealing with all types of individuals. If I agreed with the way schools educate children I would have sent my children to a traditional school. Clearly I do not since, as expressed above, homeschooling offers children benefits that in my opinion far exceed those of traditional schools. Regulating homeschooling to fit traditional school standards would suppose that this is the only correct way to educate an individual when much evidence has proved that homeschooling methods are just as effective if not better. This is an imposition on a parent's choice to choose what type of education is best for their children and relinquishes a parent's natural right to educate their own child the way they think is best. The government only has the right to relinquish a parent's rights when their course of action is PROVEN detrimental to a child's welfare. Homeschooling has NOT been PROVEN detrimental to children's welfare on the contrary it has been PROVEN beneficial. Therefore this regulation is a prejudiced invasion of the privacy of homeschooling families throughout the island, assuming that these parents are less fit and more negligent with their children than other parents that have chosen a traditional school for their children. The government thereby assumes that all parents are incapable of caring for their own children without their constant supervision and intervention.

 


Huésped

#19

2015-02-16 02:38

Parent's rights are NOT to be messed up with!!!! - ¡Los derechos de los padres NO DEBEN SER TRASTOCADOS por nadie!

Huésped

#20

2015-02-16 05:00

Que organizen sus casas capitolio,fortaleza,aee y luego vengan a intentar meterse a regular en la nuestra.

Huésped

#21

2015-02-16 14:41

La sexualidad de mis hijas se las enseñó yo como madre responsable y me niego a pagarle al gobierno por que mis hijas estudien en casa ya que la educación es gratuita en éste país, si los que estudian en casa debemos pagar pues que paguen también los que estudian en escuelas públicas de esté país

Huésped

#22

2015-02-20 17:50

Do not regulate homeschooling in Puerto Rico, its our right to teach our children the way we want morally and spiritually.

Huésped

#23

2015-03-14 16:10

There is no need, no problems with homeschooling. So why the government want to regulated? There is not a good cause for the government to want to change homeschooling...

Huésped

#24

2015-04-16 13:53

Educacion en casa ha probado ser una alternativa superior y surge precisamente por repudio al sistema de ensenanza establecido.  No hace ningun sentido que aceptemos asesoria o escrutinio de un sistema mediocre del que hemos decidido alejarnos.  Para evolucionar tenemos que buscar modelos adelantados en lugar de seguir elefantes blancos!


Huésped

#25 Re:

2015-04-16 14:02

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 La educacion en casa surge por el repudio y la mediocridad del sistema existente.  Lo que no funciona se deja siempre atras; no se puede considerar intervencion alguna por parte de un sistema mediocre y obsoleto.  No hace falta ningun registro... no tiene ningun proposito.  El gobierno tiene que primero cumplir con su matricula actual antes de querer abarcar mas.




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