Or I would if I wasn’t a citizen of a country where it’s generally illegal and live in a place that people get granted asylym from because it bans homeschooling.
I suppose this is tangentally related to the horrible case of a homeschooled girl being abused to death by her parents, but that is obviously an extreme case and you might as well bring up kids committing suicide after being bullied in school as counter-examples.
My problem with home-schooling is that I think children should have certain rights as citizens, the first one being that they have a right to actually be part of society. The requirement to attend school is a somewhat blunt tool, I admit, but it is the simplest, most constructive way of assuring the right of entry into society for children.
Another important factor can be likened to the separation of powers. It is generally accepted as a good thing in matters of state, and I would argue that it is a good thing when it comes to children. When children have to go to school, they are made visible and their safety can be guaranteed by more parties than just the parents, and it goes without saying that parents will exercise some control over the schools.