I am desperately trying to find a way to get my kids out of public school. Trying to get a plan in place. The main hurdle for us is money. I am job hunting, and also planning on going back to school next semester. We were hoping that the girls would do ok in public school long enough for me to get my degree, but that doesn't seem to be happening. My oldest has already been skipped up a grade and is still way above grade level and bored most of the time. I am doing as much enrichment with her outside school as I can, but I am worried she is going to start getting bored with learning. My youngest is in Kindergarten and is having to hard of a time sitting still in the classroom setting and keeps getting in trouble. I kept trying to set up a meeting with the school and they weren't even available to talk.
Back on topic here, though, how much do you spend per child per year on curriculum? I am figuring after this year I can sell some curriculum to fund the next years and such, but I am trying to figure out our initial cost. What free/cheap resources should I know about? I live in Kentucky, if there are ny state-specific ones you may know about. Thank you for your help.