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Latest Activity: Sep 11, 2013
Started by K. Last reply by Elizabeth Porter Mar 9, 2013.
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Started by Kerry Logan. Last reply by Kerry Logan Jan 19, 2012.
I'm a tad confused. Oak meadows has the biblical history? Or?
Ryan, what grades and subjects?
Ryan it depends on whether you are looking for an all-in-one curriculum or don't mind piecing a curriculum together from multiple sources. Oak Meadow and K-12 are two secular all-in-one's. You can find lists of secular curriculum at Docs sunrise rants: http://docsdomain.net/blog/?page_id=711 and at Secularhomeschool.com
Where can I find an atheist style curriculum?
What a wonderful idea!
I thought some of you might be interested in a new political party that I am working with.
founded by atheists and views government policy from an atheist point of view. This view encompasses both a strict adherence to the Separation of Church and State& a reasoned, scientific approach to the solutions for other problems.
No...here in the states we get nothing for homeschooling. If ya wanna do it, you better WANT to do it, as it is all out of pocket.
AAMOF, if a family registers their child as a homeschooler as is required by many states, the state gets to count that student for the purpose of federal funding. So the school systems get money to help educate my homeschooled child, while they refuse to allow my kids access to science labs, sports teams, art class, etc.
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