Curriculum Programs

Sonlight: Christian Homeschool Curriculum

Sonlight Curriculum is unique compared to most other homeschooling companies because they include so much high-quality literature in their curriculum. Sonlight Curriculum’s literature-rich approach to homeschooling provides a dynamic and unique educational program. It gives children a healthy appreciation of books, helps build close relationships between parents and children, and promotes a lifelong love...
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Free World U

A reader sent along a link to Free World U.
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Open Educational Resources for Home Schoolers

These free resources are offered through a non-profit project underwritten by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. www.hippocampus.org (searchable multimedia objects offer homework help by topic and correlated with leading textbooks) www.courserepository.org (content within a course context in history, government, biology, algebra, calculus, physics and environmental science, with an emphasis on AP curriculum)
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Free Online High School Courses and Curriculum from Hoagies

Hoagies’ (Free) Online High School Courses & Curriculum Materials Page has recently added some new awesome courses. Visit them here to view their updates!
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Earth Living Skills School

Kroka Expeditions, a non-profit Earth Living Skills School based out of Newfane VT is announcing an exciting opportunity for High School students seeking alternative ways to be educated. The Vermont-Ecuador Semester: Late August-December 2007 The Vermont Semester: January – June 2008 Imagine, a whole semester of experiential learning in nature. Rivers and mountains, forests,...
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Journey North

Greetings from Journey North, a science, math, technology, and geography project supported by Annenberg Media. Below you’ll find an announcement about our free online studies for K-12 classrooms. Please share it with educators in your network. Free Online Project: Students Track Seasons, Animal Migrations Teachers and students in K-12 classrooms are invited to participate...
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