Are you a parent who's thinking about homeschooling, but you're worried you might fail your children?
You don't need to be a genius to excel at homeschooling. It sounds daunting, but the truth is that most parents with an ounce of patience and the desire can easily homeschool their children.
• Are you unsure how or even where to start?
• If you're a homeschooler, are you wondering if you're doing it right? Do you have a creeping feeling that you could be doing things differently, but you're not sure how?
• Do you wonder if you're teaching the right subjects or enough subjects or too many subjects?
• Are you struggling to get some structure and order into your homeschool?
As a caring parent, you will ultimately want your children to be able to attend a good college, perhaps an Ivy League school, and you certainly don't want to jeopardize their chances of getting there.
You know there are no short-cuts, not even the "public-school-at-home" approach the charter schools offer. You want to be smart about the way you homeschool. You're willing to put in the time and effort to see your children get the best education possible, but, like most parents, you need help with planning, implementing, and a bit of moral support. After all, this is brand new territory for you.