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EXCLUSIVE: Jon & Kate Gosselin Hopeful Home Schooled Kids May Return To School In The Fall


Feb. 3 2011, Published 3:58 p.m. ET

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Infamous reality parents Jon and Kate Gosselin are both hoping that their wayward kids Alexis and Collin can return to school later this year, has learned.

Kate is thrilled with the progress the pair have been making since they have been home schooled and Jon thinks that Kate has done a good job getting the two back on track. revealed how Kate had denied the fact that Alexis and Collin were actually expelled from their private Pennsylvania school after she made an appearance on Entertainment Tonight in November.

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One of the Gosselin kids allegedly physically harmed an adult and both kids were allegedly abusive to other children in the school, leaving administrators with no choice but to expel them.

But recently, both Alexis and Collin’s behavior has shown a vast improvement leading Jon and Kate to believe they are now ready to return to school.

A source told “Kate is very proud of the way the home schooling has gone – both Alexis and Collin are arguing less with their siblings and they really understand what they did was wrong in the past.

“Jon is also pleased with what Kate has done to get the kids back on track academically – he would love for them to go back to school with the rest of the kids.

“He’s really happy with the progress that both Alexis and Collin have made and feels that they are better behaved in public now and are more responsible with doing chores and tasks around the house too.

“They are no longer fighting with their nannies when they are told to do something or are asked to get ready for bed either.”

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It remains to be seen if their former school will take the Gosselin kids back after they were expelled but understands that the school may consider doing so around September if the childrens’ attitudes continue to improve.

Both Alexis and Collin received three full weeks of intensive special treatment in an attempt to focus their behavior before they were expelled but the school could consider giving them a second chance.

When they were originally expelled, it caused a real rift between Jon and Kate but they have become united by the fact that they both believe that Alexis and Collin are now ready to re-enter the education system later this year.


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