In the interests of getting more group activity with other kids, I joined my local hs group. So far we haven't made to any program but I am still get all the messages on the group list.
There are a lot of messages about problems people are having. I stop myself from replying because I think I am coming from a more self-organized-learning end of the spectrum. If someone says, "should I allow my 9th grade daughter to listen to music while reading?" or "I am having a tough time keeping my 1st grade child on schedule, she takes 2 hours to do 45 minutes worth of math" I just want to say, they can figure out what works best for them, you don't have to micromanage, you can trust them, etc. Not in those words, necessarily, but those would be the thoughts behind whatever I might respond.
These are just a few examples. So far I have been keeping quiet because I don't want to "cause trouble" so to speak. But after all they did put the questions out there to get views of others, so why should I discount my views?
The group is defined not by any specific approach to hs, but just by geography - the county that we are in.