Homeschool Q & A: maybe your questions have been answered?

Maybe you've had some questions about homeschool? Well, maybe I've answered it in one of my recent Q & A sessions. Check them out below to see if your question has been answered. 

Just look in the menu below above each video to see what topics are addressed in it. Click the question to see at what time stamp the information can be found--it's that simple!

If you don't see your question addressed here, feel free to send it in to me on our contact page, or send me a message on Facebook. I'll answer it in an upcoming Q & A session OR live on Facebook!

Does Education Revolution and the Simple Revolution Solution meet Florida's state statues? 

Can a parent really work full time and homeschool?

Does a student in the Simple Revolution Solution have to make all the live lessons?

How many sessions of tutoring are included with Simple Revolution Solution?

What is the breakdown of the pricing for the Simple Revolution Solution?

What does a parent need to provide to sign their student up with Education Revolution/Simple Revolution Solution?

Is it enough for a student to just have exposure to content, using a non-structured approach (relaxed homeschooling), at a young age?

If we start with the relaxed homeschooling approach and we find out part of the way through we want to try FLVS, will be available to us?

What if we start FLVS but don't like it can we stop?

Does the Simple Revolution Solution offer courses à la carte, or do we have to take all the courses if we sign up?

What if you are working with a student and suspect dyslexia?

Are there any other programs out there just like FLVS FLEX?

Are there subjects you "must have" for a kid who might be college bound?

Suggestions on used curriculum?

Is social studies for elementary kids very different from year to year?

Is FLVS FLEX based on Common Core? Are there test? Assignments? 

What do you think about sites like ABC Mouse,  Starfalls, ect.? 

Advice requested from a parent of a student in need of exceptional services looking to transition to homeschool/Education Revolution.

How does the Simple Revolution Solution look different next year from this year? 

What do you mean when you say that students in the Simple Revolution Solution are grouped by ability, not by grade? 

What advice do you have for a home educator whose young students give up quickly when reading work becomes difficult, or shows little interest in mastering the skill of reading?

Let's talk about students with 504 Plans Simple Revolution Solution.

If a student (young) who is homeschooled is not given standardized tests, but re-entered the public school will it be a check against them?

When selecting a curriculum, how do I ensure that I am covering the material that students of the same grade-level are expected to cover?

Are there any other subjects outside of the core curriculum that should be covered?

Scenario: A student is taking a combination of FLVS FLEX and The Simple Revolution Solution--will they be required to have assessments? Will these programs produce enough data and records to show that a student is ready to more forward academically?

What does attendance taking look like with Education Revolution? How many days are in a school year? How many hours are in a school day? What counts as a school day? What is the "start" and "end" of a kid's school year? How is attendance taken?

Does Education Revolution organized field trips and meet-ups?

Can a parent that works nights successfully homeschool?

What is your response to people who say homeschoolers are not socialized?

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