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Curriculum Reviews

K12 curriculum

I have been seeing the commercials on TV for the K-12 homeschool curriculum lately. There is this part of me that says…YEA…they are advertising to homeschool kids. What a fantastic opportunity for all of us who homeschool. TV says it OK! LOL!  But there is that part of me that thinks, well maybe this is just public school at home. So I did some research and found a review on K-12. Now let me just say that I have NOT used this curriculum so the review is NOT from me. It is from another company called  TRC, Inc.

If you are using or have used K-12, please take a few minutes and let us know what you like or dislike. Or if you have written a review, make a comment with your link so we can get other opinions on this homeschool curriculum.

 

To thrive, some children need a different kind of classroom.
A CLASSROOM OF ONE.
The award-winning K12 curriculum is individualized to give every child the chance to reach his or her potential. And it's flexible, to meet the unique challenges families face. K12 has delivered over 1.5 million courses over the past decade, with programs proven to work for children who aren't thriving in school. Every subject is delivered online — complete with hands-on activities, all the books and learning materials you need, plus optional support from expert teachers.
     
K12 options include:
– An accredited, online private school available worldwide
– Single course or full-time homeschool curriculum
– Supplemental and independent study curriculum
– World language programs
– A robust Advanced Learners Program
– Online summer school
– Full-time, tuition-free public schooling in many states
     
Take a step today that can transform your child's life. K12 will be there for you, every step of the way.
K12. The flexible homeschool solution with 95% parent satisfaction.*

K12's patented methodology lets students learn at the pace that's right for them, and rich, interactive online lessons are complemented by engaging traditional materials. K12 courses are not only comprehensive, but designed to complement each other in an integrated way, a learning method that is difficult to create on your own.

Teaching guides, suggested weekly schedules, and online charts to track your child's progress are just a few of the planning tools available to parents. With complete lesson plans, you'll save a huge amount of time on preparation. Complete assessments are built right in, so monitoring your child's progress is easy, and K12's educational consultants are always there to answer your questions.

Tens of thousands of families nationwide are using K12. In fact, over 95% of parents express satisfaction and would recommend K12 to a friend.

K12 offers payment plan options, plus multi-course and multi-child discounts. Learn more about why K12 is the homeschooling solution you've been looking for. Visit K12.com, or call (866) 609-9578. With a 30-day, full money back guarantee — you have nothing to lose!

* Source: Independent research by TRC, Inc.
 

2 comments to K12 curriculum

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