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On Monday North Carolina's education statistic bureaucrats sounded the alarm that homeschooling in the state has more than doubled during the last 10 years. The reaction from one Raleigh-area public school advocate, Ann Denlinger, is telling: "We need to approach public schools as a competitive enterprise. We're competing for the presence of your child."
Here's the local ABC affiliate's report, which includes her remarks:
Of course, you'll never see government advocate an approach that encourages home education as the first choice. Parents are its competition.