In Oct. 2019, Daniel Brown of Study.com sent this:
I am writing to ask if you could add a link to Study.com’s homeschool curriculum.
As I’m sure you know, many homeschool families are looking for opportunities to individualize their child’s education and engage more closely with their learning. They need a platform that allows them to adapt a curriculum to their family’s schedule and circumstances.
- Learning is engaging – courses are built around short, animated video lessons
- Courses span grades 3-12 and across wide range of core and elective subjects
- No restriction on how many courses members can take
- Members set custom start and end dates to suit their schedule and stay on track
- Free mobile app supports learning any time, anywhere
And in May of 2019, Robert Wilkins sent this:
I am working with Maryville University Online to share a new college guide they created.
The guide is called "Guide for Homeschool Students Transitioning to College" and offers information for homeschooled students on finding and applying to college, which can be a daunting prospect for many students, but it can be especially challenging for homeschooled students. These students face challenges associated with a lack of college counseling, non-traditional high school courses, and a fear of entering college without the same experiences of traditional highschool students.
However, there are a variety of resources available to homeschooled students, and with guidance, finding the route to a successful college career can become much more attainable. The guide we created is offered as a tool to bridge the gap and offer an all-around resource for those who need it.
You can find the guide here: https://online.maryville.edu/blog/guide-for-homeschool-students-transitioning-to-college/
We feel you can never have enough information when it comes to college and helping those who have been homeschooled find what they need is exceptionally important. It would be wonderful if you could consider including our guide along with the amazing resources you already offer.
Maryville University Online
January of this year, James Corbin from Ivy Panda sent this:
Nowadays, more parents are choosing to educate their kids at home instead of sending them to traditional schools. As a parent myself, I got interested in the topic. Having done some research, I attempted to sum up the main benefits as well as disadvantages of both public schools and home education in my infographic “Homeschooling 101”.
Here’s the link: https://ivypanda.com/blog/homeschooling-101/
And in Feb., Maggie Monroe of SeatUp sent this:
My name is Maggie and I work with SeatUp. When I saw that your resource page,I wanted to share a piece we recently published called K-12 Resources for Music Educators as a possible addition to your page.
It provides outside resources that could be great in a homeschooling setting. Things like homemade music instruments and music lesson plans in addition to biographies, history, and works of the great composers. You can find that information for review below:
And finally, this recently from Nayari Chifundo of Annuity.org:
This is Nayari and I'm reaching out on behalf of Annuity.org - a site dedicated to providing the most accurate financial information out there.
We believe when students learn financial literacy at an early age helps them to make astute decisions about their personal finances, smart financial behavior leads to financially secure lives.
In hopes of promoting financial literacy among students, we have created a comprehensive, easy-to-read guide for students.
You can check out our guide here: