This is the kind of attitude that occasionally makes me pause and wonder if my support for home-schooling is wise:
I don't think I would trust another family to homeschool my child any more than I would trust the public schools with her welfare.
There is not one family in the whole world that this woman trusts? The sentence suggests a fear of outsiders. I can't know the woman's situation, maybe she's lost contact with all her good friends from years past, maybe her husband was just transferred to an obscure location in Canada and now the family lives in a town where they know no one. But I worry for the child raised in an environment that closed to the outside.