… to choosing the curricula?
4. Why do home schoolers select the approaches and methods they use in instruction?
Statement of the Problem
The focus will be on the 1996-1997 school year, when school districts across the country opened their doors to school-aged children, and realized some students were conspicuously absent.
Amid the fact and fiction surrounding public school choice is widespread cynicism that many parents …
… a site other than a school, and Assignment of a school-based teacher to assist the home teacher in using the correspondence courses and to assist the pupil by issuing progress reports, marking papers, and grading tests.
Effective Date: December 1991
Required subjects are Language Arts (Language Arts does include reading instruction.), math, science, social studies, health, music, art, and PE.
September 12, 2002 Goulart and Travers …
Filed: January 31, 2000, Calvert County.
Nature of Case:
Calvert County, Maryland refused to permit two home schooling moms the use of their community centers for a fiber arts class and a geography club. The classes would have been open to the public. These centers are generally available to all citizens of the community for similar activities, including knitting and Russian language classes. The Countys …