If one chose to homeschool, is there a way to get the curriculum to use as a guide for the school year? And what about the books, like they use in public schools?
Asked by Anonymous at 6:30 PM on Apr. 23, 2010 in School-Age Kids (5-8)
It all depends on your location and state laws. First find out what your state laws are. You can find them by visiting your state department of education site or by visiting HSLDA's site. Some states have FREE programs like K12.com.Â There in some areas even charter schools you can join, but do it from home. It just depends.
Answer by SAHMinIL2 at 9:16 PM on Apr. 23, 2010
You need to find out from your school system. When we were homeschooling, the college where I was attending grad school had all the textbooks for the whole state.
There are so many choices for homeschooling families now. One of the best advantages of homeschooling is that you can work at your child's pace. That would mean a school's curriculum wouldn't be much help because grade levels become meaningless.
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