Reason #1: This curriculum helps you pass on your most important inheritance: your worldview. It is the only video-based, self-taught, reading-intensive, writing-intensive, online homeschool program that provides a systematic defense of limited government and the free market economy. I call this the freedom philosophy.
All of the other reasons are secondary to this one . . . even my 100% money-back guarantee.
The war for your children's minds begins early, but it becomes a high-stakes battle in middle school: sixth grade. Here, the textbooks begin the process of defending the modern state -- the state which provides "free" education. Here is where millions of parents lose the battle. College is merely the "mopping up" operation.
Before I get to the other reasons why your children need this curriculum, I want to go over the basics.
Now, let's cover the other reasons why my curriculum offers what your children need.
This course is the "test drive." You get a money-back guarantee that is longer than your child needs to obtain a permanent academic advantage. If you and your child are still unconvinced after the course is over, you can get 100% of your money back.
I take 100% of the risk.
Your time is valuable. Don't stick with a textbooks-based curriculum just because you paid for the textbooks. That money is gone. (Sorry about that.) Don't waste the teaching time that those textbooks require from you. There is a better way . . . for you and your children.
Let me show you why it's silly to stick for even one extra day with a parent-dependent curriculum.
Let's say that you put $1 in a parking meter to buy an hour. But you finish your shopping in 15 minutes. Would you sit in your parked car for 45 minutes, just because you have 75 cents' worth of time left on the meter? No? Then why stick with a labor-intensive (your labor) curriculum?
However, there are four reasons not to adopt the Ron Paul Curriculum.
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This curriculum centers on the freedom philosophy, as it has developed in Western civilization. So, the the first year of the two-year Western civilization course and the first year of the two-year Western literature course cover what is known as the classical curriculum. But the focus is on some -- not all -- aspects of classical culture as sources of the freedom philosophy. This is not classical politics and classical literature studied for their own sake.
Is this a libertarian curriculum? Personally, I would call it a libertarian curriculum. Some might call it a conservative curriculum. This would also be correct, if the conservative you have in mind is Edmund Burke, the founder of conservatism in the modern world. But it is surely not a neo-conservative curriculum.
Remember, there is a money-back guarantee. Your teenager can take the free Academic Basics Course (ABC) for the next 30 days or even 60 days. It is on study habits and techniques. This is a free bonus. It will have a lasting positive effect on your child.
You can also "test drive" the first five lessons of each course for free. See for yourself the high quality of the instruction. But if the curriculum is still not what you want, just cancel the service. You can't get a better deal than this. I take the risk out of it.
If you aren't ready for your children to test my curriculum today, even on my no-risk basis, you should at least sign up for the free Homeschooling Tip of the Week. It will help you with your teaching. (If you use a textbooks-based curriculum, you need all the help you can get.) Use the subscription form on the upper right-hand side of this page.
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