Friday, March 6, 2009

Taking Care of Homeschool Business

We've vowed to get our paperwork done on time this year, and so far I've at least thought a lot about it. Does that count? Making up a curriculum is a bit of a chore, you really need to do a bit of research to see what the state wants. Unfortunately, the language is incredibly obtuse and redundant, so you have to sift through the muck and distill it down to the bare essentials, and this takes time. Who's got time? I guess we do, if we're off skiing and having fun all day.

Either way, this process has begun. In the next month, our goal is to have the curriculum done (hopefully sooner), have a sense of our place in the academic universe, and clarify what still needs to be done. I can foresee a bit cramming in our future, but what else is new when it comes to school.

Until the next time, thanks for reading.


NannyOgg said...

Good luck!

I am still ignoring mine ^^ It is so much easier to just learn all day than to deal with the paperwork to prove it.


phredude said...

Hi Karen, There's nothing more I'd like to do than ignore the darn thing, except that nagging feeling of guilt will always haunt me. Maybe it's an Asian thing. Thanks for stopping by.