"That being said, if one could create a robust curriculum, organize the material, include checks and balances into the system in the form of homework, subject quizzes, and self tests, include video lectures and instruction when necessary, and do these things in a way that allows students to understand not just what they are doing, but WHY they are doing it, then a stronger focus on individual learning would manifest."
I have home schooled for 10 years and I know that the curriculum that you would like to be created has been created. The only coarse that is not taught is Common Sense. And with any child that should be a daily subject. My oldest child just took her SAT and received a score of 1320. Not to bad if I have to say so myself.
By the way, you third paragraph is Right On.
Joined the Liberty Movement in Anchorage, Alaska, 1977. Ron Paul supporter since 1983.
In Liberty from the Pacific Northwest.
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