Non-vaxing, non-circ'ing, natural birthing... homeschooling. Right? That's the way I see it most of the time! But I'm curious and looking for input from those who are fairly countercultural but still choose public school. And what do you do to keep your kids thinking outside-the-box and challenging the status quo?
Reason: we're overwhelmed with educational choices right now. I've been to every public/private/charter school within a 25-mile radius, and also visited homeschool "schools," university-model, talked with homeschooling parents, researched curriculum, etc. etc. I'm considering the neighborhood public school because it's walking-distance, and we live in a district that is generally considered above par but moreover offers many enrichment opportunities. I actually know some midwives whose children do/did attend public schools, so just looking for your thoughts if that's what you do?