The Ron Paul Curriculum is an online course that you get to learn the art of business, and science. The curriculum is not common core, 98% of the course is self-taught from grade 3 and up. The Curriculum is manly videos to learn, and then you get a 30 minute project/thing to do, like today I have to write a 500 word essay.
All of the courses come with a 100% money back guarantee.
“Reason #2: Students begin writing weekly essays in the fourth grade. They do this for nine years. They master the unique lifetime skill of effective writing. (For an example of a fourth grader’s essays, click here.)
Reason #3: It is self-taught, grades 3-12: math, biology, physics, chemistry — everything. (Read a testimonial.)
Students help each other on the courses’ forums.
There are no textbooks to buy — even in math and science courses.
Students read original sources in history and government courses.
There is a weekly review lesson in every course for much higher memory retention rates.
There are three high school tracks: humanities, math/natural science, and business.
The high school has two years of Western civilization — unique. (Most have only one year.)
The high school has two years of Western literature — unique. (They parallel the Western Civ courses for better understanding of both history and literature.).
The American history course and the American literature course are also parallel for better understanding of both — unique.
The high school has two year-long courses on starting a home business.
The high school has a full-year course on public speaking.
The high school has a year’s course on personal finances for teens.
The curriculum is academically rigorous.
There is no “busy work.”
The curriculum teaches critical thinking.
The curriculum teaches the use of powerful digital communications tools.
The curriculum costs about $1.37 a day — less per child, if you sign up more than one child.
There is an affiliate program: you get half the enrollment fee for signing up friends . . . for as long as they re-enroll each year.
40 free trial lessons: reading and arithmetic. See for yourself how video instruction works.