This St. Louis Post-Dispatch story on home-schooling families who aren’t weirdos describes a new-old idea: A part-time school to help parents educate their children.
(Traci) Hodges also worried that home schooling wouldn’t fit into her own career aspirations. But she found a perfect compromise at Dayspring, where Amoree attends an academy for home-schooled children two days a week. Hodges is now on the board at Dayspring.
As more working parents try to home-school, this should become more common.