Homeschooling in China

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John Ginger from Trinity Vineyard in Wuhan, China asks:

I am hosting a house school, and I agree with you that the right way for Christian education is homeschooling, but it’s hard for our Chinese Christians to do homeschooling. We need to be trained. What’s the final product we should produce, and with what criteria do we assess that we are doing well? How can our kids go into society? Some Christian educators return to the system of the secular world because they can’t answer this questions. I appreciate your method and that of Charlotte Mason. If only you can help us to set on the right way!

Mr. Ginger translated our article Seven Undeniable Truths of Homeschooling into Chinese.

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  1. Hannah

    My two kids..13 and 15 are living in Shenzhen with their father and going to a private school but it is not going well.(kids are US citizens) I am now considering seeing if anyone knows of a family willing to home school them along with their own kids for a monthly fee we will gladly pay?…..I can be reached by cell phone as well and do not mind others calling if we can even get a few good options…we are also interested in a maid from hube province and a good math tutor or general one to do both of their subjects as needed?! Any hlpe will be greatly appreciated.


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