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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Olive Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29/Nov/2012 at 1:36pm
I know this is an old topic, but maybe someone will see this and respond. Does anyone know when (what grade level, rather) the reports are available? I just started the program a couple days ago with my son and it says they are not available for pre-K. I am hoping they become available for Kindergarten. I do see a list of completed areas he's done, though, so I may just print that page. I know records for Pre-K are probably not important but I just thought I'd like to keep something as a reference. I think the detailed reports for the older grades show amount of time on site for each session, etc. Right now I haven't done a good job of tracking how many minutes we were on the site as our session got interrupted and we logged off and back on without checking the clock. It would be nice to see that information if it's included in future grades.
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Just to clarify up there I meant session got interrupted because Dad came home for lunch lol not anything to do with the site
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I know this thread is old, but I just signed up to ask a question about this program. I might have missed the answers somewhere in the thread and if so I apologize. I don't know exactly how home schooling works. I'm wondering if you have to have an "approved" program for it to be legal or if this program would work? Like, if I told the school board or whoever this is what I want my children in would it be enough?
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Originally posted by M. Puckett M. Puckett wrote:

I know this thread is old, but I just signed up to ask a question about this program. I might have missed the answers somewhere in the thread and if so I apologize. I don't know exactly how home schooling works. I'm wondering if you have to have an "approved" program for it to be legal or if this program would work? Like, if I told the school board or whoever this is what I want my children in would it be enough?

It depends on the laws in the state you live in. For example, in states like Texas, California, Michigan, and New Jersey, you don't have to tell anyone what you're using to teach your children. In some states, it might have to be approved. I have not used Time4Learning or reviewed it in depth, so I'm not sure how comprehensive it is such that using it exclusively would be enough, or if it would be more supplemental.

You can check on the laws in your state at hslda.org/laws.
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