Homeschoolers who would not go to college would never then be tested by your little metric.
Yes, people who deny reproductive education to their kids are also religious nutters. To a lessor degree than those who think their god planted dinosaur bones as a test.
You are wildly inaccurate. I supplied no metric, just a comparison of your reckless conjecture with a source you yourself supplied. If you have a problem with your own source's statement just admit you don't like your source. And people who wait until after elementary school to address reproduction issues on their own terms are not denying their children an education. So... thanks anyway.
My SQL is way lacking, but judging by the syntax, the '); is obviously the end of an insert command. the drop table students is the command to delete the table named students. The following semicolon must signal the end of that command. But, what are the two hyphens and a space for?
the hyphens comment our the rest of the (original) INSERT command, so that the truncated INSERT and the DROP TABLE commands get executed instead of erroring out due to syntax.
If these people educate the kids, which is generally the opposite of what home schooling is about. Most of these people want to indoctrinate their children into some crazy religion. Why should that kind of child abuse be legal? Why should a child be denied the ability to even operate in society later?
Disagree due to perceived inaccuracy of your terms "generally" and "most of these people". There's been a lot of homeschooling activity in the US during the past decade, and of the many homeschoolers I know not one of the families even goes to church more than 5 or 6 times per year. The concerns I hear have all been related to quality of education. I'm going to guess a few crazy, in-bred homeschoolers get more attention than a quiet, well-adjusted home-school family - they certainly have your attention. Of course this is anecdotal - if you could post some statistics that support your assertions I am open to that.