Category: Homeschooling vs. PPPs or ALEs

K-12 and a PPP?

Email of the Day: Can my kids participate in K-12 or another online virtual academy and also use a PPP locally? Answer: The problem with enrolling in K-12 and trying to also enroll in a local PPP is a problem of FTE (full time equivalency, a unit of measure used in schools). In general, you

Homeschooling vs. govt. schooling

Email of the Day: Yikes! I just saw the below message posted on a national homeschool site. Is there anyway something like this could happen in Washington, Jen Garrison Stuber Handweaver? “This was posted in our Indiana homeschool page: As IAHE Director of Government Affairs, I frequently interface with the Indiana General Assembly (IGA) on

K-12 programs

Email of the Day: I hear that k-12 is good but haven’t gotten a chance to look into it. I have several friends who homeschool have recommended it. Answer: Unless you buy it outright, K-12 is enrolling in public school and leaving homeschooling. They’re doing public school at home, and using “homeschooling” as shorthand to

Part One of Seven

Email of the Day: Hello, I have a quick question. We are doing our own curriculum and not using Homelink or any other programs in our school district. But I know that the parents that do qualify for curriculum and educational material purchase. We live and pay taxes to support our schools, although we are

Money for Homeschooling

Email of the Day: Hello, I have a quick question. We are doing our own curriculum and not using Homelink or any other programs in our school district. But I know that the parents that do qualify for curriculum and educational material purchase. We live and pay taxes to support our schools, although we are