"Keeping children home, even for a day is harmful to their education."
I kept my children at home, full-time, for well over a decade, and their projected iGCSE results are extremely promising.
I'm guessing even school-educated children could survive a day (or two, or seven, or even 600) away from school without turning into utter failures.
My benchmark is the cost of my own latest cool website (https://www.trustedsecurityadvisersregister.com), which cost roughly 7 days' effort x 2 reasonably-clever people. Hosting roughly £30 per month.
By this comparison, the EU website must be absolutely incredibly awesome, but Google can't find it for me...
- University of PortsmouthBSc (Hons) Computer Science, 1991 - 1995
- Rhye Internet Solutions LimitedTechnical Director, 1997 - present
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