The homeschooling curriculum is carefully planned and established in most school districts. The school districts will be following guidelines for education provided by higher governments. A homeschooling curriculum does not mean that children can stay home and do what ever the parents want. Even if they are schooled at home they will need to meet the same standards as their peers. The education of children is a responsibility of the government ultimately and it determines what each grade level will require whether at home or school. Parents, guardians and school will need to ensure these standards are met. All children must enter some form of education that meets government standards, law. It is not at the discretion of parents.
When the home schooling curriculum has been established it will be available to any parents that feel they have a reason to school their children at home. It will contained detailed expectations for every grade level and parents will be expected to report results with regularity. They will be monitored at home in the same way as they are in a school building. They will have deadlines and expectations they must reach in order to move on to the next levels. The testing will be supplied to them and be monitored.
A homeschooling curriculum is not an easy task to accomplish for parents or students. It is a commitment not to be taken lightly. Whether parents agree or not, it is their job to ensure their child has an education as described by the school board they live in. Parents will need the time to ensure the standards are met by their children.