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I am not understanding your comment. Are you home educating your children separately so they do not mix with their siblings or other relatives or other people in the community throughout their education? If not, your kids either are in an age-mixed learning situation at home or you are entrusting them to adults because of "their prestige, their level-of education or their warm smile" while they attend school outside the home. Or do you sit in school with your kids all day observing the interactions they have with teachers, principal, janitor, and other school staff?
We already know school employees and teachers who are pedophiles who have preyed on their students.
And once kids reach college age (adults), most parents are not attending college with them or going to work with them...so how would a program of apprenticeships be any more dangerous or prone to pedophilia than traditional college classes?
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