The Duggar family from Counting On is famous for its conservative environment. Their kids are homeschooled and are expected to follow a set of conventions. In the early days of the show, the viewers saw how the family handled the schooling of so many kids. The topic of discussion has sprung into action again after Ben Seewald was seen homeschooling his kids. Now, the question is, has homeschooling benefitted the Duggar children? Or as it harmed them? Let us investigate.
Counting On: Jessa Is Confused About His Father’s Age!
The recent episode of Counting On featured the Duggars participating in ‘Duggar Dash.’ The family split into four teams that were similar to the buddy teams they had growing up. In this game of clues, Jessa appeared confused about Jim Bob’s age. Although her sister told her that it was 54, Jessa looked it up on the Internet to find the truth.
Counting On: Joy-Anna Doesn’t Identify The Sign Of Multiplication
In another instance, Joy-Anna was confused with the sign of ‘x’ in a math problem. She couldn’t get the sign of multiplication right away. And these eye-opening incidents attracted viewers’ attention. They wondered if homeschooling adversely affected the Duggars.
Jessa Is Homeschooling The Children, Jill Opts For A Public School
Anna and Josh Duggar’s children are homeschooled in the Duggar compound. They are taught alongside their aunts and uncles. Next year, Jessa would be choosing the school style for Spurgeon. It is highly likely that she will opt for homeschooling as she stands by the Duggar norms. However, the twist is that Jill’s son Israel would be attending a public school. She informed earlier this year that her son is enrolled in kindergarten.
Jill and her husband, Derick, have been breaking free from the Duggar family after the feuding. It seems that they are embracing the modern lifestyle leaving behind the norms.