I've come across the phrase below?
You should be telling people that’s what done it: home school.
I don't know if "should be telling" is a future continuous form or something else?
Could you please tell what the meaning of the phrase is?
The main text is:
A MONTH BEFORE MY graduation, I visited Buck’s Peak. Dad had read the articles about my scholarship, and what he said was, “You didn’t mention home school. I’d think you’d be more grateful that your mother and I took you out of them schools, seeing how it’s worked out. You should be telling people that’s what done it: home school.” I said nothing. Dad took it as an apology.