The other problem with these kids like my ds who is special ed are now going to be doomed to a lifetime of mennial jobs because the only diploma he can get(in NYS, only Regents diplomas are deing offer starting in 2009) is a college prep one. So even if a kid is going into a "trade" and not college he/she still has to pass 5 state-wide tests, 2 in math, 1 each in social studies, English and science. No way (I am being realistic here) ds can do that sooo that is where homeschooling comes in.
It's fall of senior year and you and your child are sitting down to submit college applications. Of course, your job will be much easier if the homeschool transcript is
When your child is working hard on studying for college admission tests, like the SAT® or ACT®, you may be accumulating enough hours to make this a class, and put it