I'm in IN. I had to look up what it is. I wouldn't use it. It's public school at home. You are required to learn and study what the public school system requires. This means that the government is getting a really low-cost student (from their perspective) yet still able to collect those federal $$ for having the student enrolled. It's a win-win for the state government. I don't think I'd like it, personally.
I'm in Ohio, here's a bump!
hahahah i thought this was about the inca indians!!!!
and juliannamom 'a bump make the post go to the front of the line!so we can all see it again!
I am using it this year. So far it is going great. I have one in 8th grade, one in 5th and one in 3rd grade. They get live lessons with the teachers and the teachers are always there to answer any questions that you might have. My 8 th grader has a low grade in her math class and her teacher has set up a weekly meeting with her to give her some one one time with any problems she is having. He is also letting her due her last test over again so she can make a better grade. I personally love it, but that is my opinion. We, my husband and I , find that it saves us money in the long run.
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