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Help with Choosing a Homeschool?

     Homeschooling, a different, yet very workable
     Today we are faced with law changes that can
affect the way our children are educated. As of
July 2016, the prerequisites for public school will
involve having proof of many vaccinations.
     One of the alternatives to this, for those of you 
that feel that this is not the right option for you, is
homeschooling. There are several types of home-
schooling. There are some provided by the school
systems and there are programs that can be bought
by parents.
     I have done a bit of research on this subject and it
seems that K 12 and Connection Academy are two
strong ways to get educational curriculums without
any fees paid by parents. These programs state that
they offer individual learning plans, hundred of
courses and state certified teachers to help the
students. Students work independently, are given
supplies and books, which are shipped, including
art supplies and science experiment supplies.
      One question I would think to ask is how a
program would be setup? Would it be according
to school year, according to age or according
to tested levels? For example, if your student is
a great reader and reads at a 5th grade level,
but math is another story, and he or she struggles
a bit, can a program be written that will go back
and help fill in the holes and catchup that student
to his grade level?
     The second option is some homeschooling
programs where the parents pay a small monthly
fee or a yearly one. One of these programs is called
Time 4 Learning. It runs about $20 a month,
additional students, $15. It says that record keeping
is automatic, it is online and it offers access to a whole
year's worth of materials. That would allow your
student to work at his or her own pace. They offer
Pre-k -8th.
      Another company that one of my homeschoolers
uses in Waldorf. It runs about $25- $30 a month, or
$420 to $480 a year. They offer curriculum, free
consult, basic support and artistic support. This parent
seems very happy with the program. She does not 
turn in his work and I think the curriculum is pretty
liberal so that it can accommodate each student's
needs.They do talk about helping to write a specific
curriculum for each student.
     I hope this helps a bit for those of you that are
looking to go this route. I will be doing more research
in an attempt to help new homeschoolers be successful. Please feel free to comment or ask questions you may have regarding this subject or your child. I am happy to help!

Patt Condiotti


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