How Brexit May Affect US and UK Homeschoolers – WHS 190

Brexit and Homeschooling

The Brexit (British Exit) referendum in the UK passed and now Britain will begin the process of leaving the European Union. What is the Brexit? How might it affect homeschoolers in the US and the UK? I talk about that and more in this top-of-mind, special edition of The Wired Homeschool.

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I’m only slightly informed about the matter but it seems that the British want their independence from the European Union. As an American, I’m all for independence. However, decisions like this impact the global economy and politics. We need to be prepared to address this topic with our kids now and in the future.

What do you think about the Brexit? Please leave a comment below. Keep it civil and try to keep it related to homeschooling.

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