Originally Posted by Unregistered
as well as >> in this case it does not mean "too". Here you are stating that this group (the home-educated) is able to do things WELL as the other group.
This is a comparison.
I can do as well as you can do.
I can read English as well as you do .
This group appear to do just as well as the other students in terms of social and emotional development.
"having spent...." >>> refers back to "the home-educated". It's as if you said
"The home-educated do as well as the other students because they have spent more time ........."
I hope this helps!! Maeve
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