A Curriculum Like No Other- http://www.ronpaulcurriculum.com/public/main.cfm
A student who goes through this curriculum, kindergarten through high school, will have a mastery of the foundations of liberty. There is no other curriculum on the Web to match it. Here, you and your children can get an education in liberty like no other.
Here, students learn the basics of Western Civilization and Western liberty -- how it was won, how it is being lost, and how it will be restored. (Not can . . .Â will.)
Students also learn the basics of American history, the United States Constitution, and American geography.
They get two courses on free market economics. They get two courses on government, including a how-to course on reclaiming America, one county at a time.
Students get mathematics, either through calculus or statistics or both.
They get the basics of science: earth science, biology, chemistry, and physics.
RPC Faculty Members Speak Out on Education Today-Â http://www.ronpaulcurriculum.com/public/RPC-Faculty-Members-Speak-Out-on-Education-Today.cfm
The curriculum for grades K-5 is completely FREE. The curriculum will be made available on the website free of charge. I want to help home school families get started. Parents will not enroll their children. The courses will be available to everyone for free. The details are here.
It will be posted in stages, beginning on September 2.
You will not be asked to enroll your K-5 child. It will be available to anyone and everyone: Â PDFs and YouTube.
Once families recognize the value of my program, K-5, I think 80% of them will sign up for the next six years.
Frequently Asked Questions- http://www.ronpaulcurriculum.com/public/department53.cfm
To understand the Ron Paul Curriculum, you need to understand the whole picture: benefits for students, benefits for parents, educational criteria, accreditation, state regulation, and much more. This department covers the basics. As more questions are submitted, more answers will be posted here.
Parents who want to employ our faculty to teach their children must decide to deal with whatever state regulations hang over them. Parents have to decide whether our program is better than any competing program. They have got to decide whether the content of our program meets their requirements. They must decide whether to compromise with the state.
Parents who are deeply concerned about their children are going to make the decision in terms of the needs of their children, and also in terms of their own religious and ideological preferences. If they decide that this curriculum is best for their children.
Here is aÂ list of state regulations, state by state.
An Unexplored Opportunity for Home School Students
Leadership, prestige, and cash for your child. I don't think many parents have considered this. The Ron Paul Curriculum makes it easier for you. . . . keep reading