Thanks for the fun interview.
Hmm, I would just encourage anyone who is interested in their child’s education to think of it in its entirety. It’s more than a worksheet. Even if they’re in a traditional school setting, the things we do in the margins matter. Protecting playtime, allowing kids to experience boredom instead of constant entertainment, reading aloud great books, pointing out the beauty of math... we can do so much help our kids learn.
Of course if you’re reading this and at all interested in homeschooling, know that it’s simpler than it sounds! It can be tailored to fit just about any circumstance. I’m familiar with someone who was homeschooled for just one year because his parents were concerned he didn’t yet love reading. He spent the year immersed in great books, went back to school and eventually became a great author himself.