The New York Times Student Opinion Page asked kids aged 13-18 to comment about whether they would want to be homeschooled and whether they think homeschooling adequately prepares kids for "the real world".
What follows is a collection of startlingly ignorant group-think which supposes that homeschoolers are prisoners in their homes who never interact with other people or make friends. Ah, yes, the socialization trope... Where have we heard that one before?
On about page 2 of the comments and thereafter, the homeschooled kids respond.
Compare and contrast the grammar, spelling and ability to reason on display in the homeschooler comments versus the schooled kid responses, and you have what may amount to the best possible argument for homeschooling ever.
Thanks, NYT, for the backhanded compliment homeschooling gets here.