Using Homeschool Curriculum To Help Child Pass A PS Course?

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Using Homeschool Curriculum To Help Child Pass A PS Course?

Postby PinkSpadesandGlassHearts » Wed Feb 04, 2015 9:46 am

Has anyone had their children use homeschooling curriculum over the summer or even during the school year, to help their child get credit for a course they were failing in school, or to help them pass a grade? Would the PS allow this?

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Re: Using Homeschool Curriculum To Help Child Pass A PS Cour

Postby elliemaejune » Wed Feb 04, 2015 9:22 pm

PinkSpadesandGlassHearts wrote:Has anyone had their children use homeschooling curriculum over the summer or even during the school year, to help their child get credit for a course they were failing in school, or to help them pass a grade? Would the PS allow this?


Well, this doesn't really fall under the topic of "homeschool law."

It is not common for public schools to allow students to work at home and receive credit for it.
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