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  • Does Education Revolution require certain tests or classes for students to move from one grade to another?
    No. According to Florida laws, private schools, like Education Revolution, make their own decisions about the educational requirements of its students. In line with the overall philosophy of Education Revolution, there is no required annual testing or outline of required classes needed.
  • Is there a specific curriculum required?
    No. Every child is different. As each student of Education Revolution is led by their home educator, usually a parent, the curriculum used for each child is different. Home educators are free to use the curriculum of their choosing and change it when needed.
  • So, can I just turn in attendance?"
    No. Education Revolution requires either the home educator or the student to complete annually a brief two-question form. One question regards what your student learned during the school year, while the other asks what Education Revolution can do to help in the following year. We want to know what we can do to help. If the home educator doesn’t need anything, that’s completely fine—they can simply indicate that on the form. However, if there’s something that you need, and if Education Revolution can help, we will. The form is simply used to see what’s working for students enrolled in Education Revolution and to help plan different ways to support home educators and their students. A helpful school—now isn’t that revolutionary?
  • About that annual survey: Do I need to provide a portfolio or documents? Is it complicated?
    No. Home educators aren’t required to write lengthy responses or turn in documentation. In fact, responses can be written in either a formal or informal style. Most home educators complete it in less than 5 minutes.
  • How many days of school are required?
    The state of Florida requires 180 calendar days of instruction per school year.
  • When does the school year for Education Revolution start?
    A student may enroll at any time. The school year for each student starts on the day of his or her enrollment and lasts 365 days. The next school years starts on the anniversary of his or her enrollment. For example: if Mary’s official enrollment date is February 1, 2020, then she needs to complete at least 180 calendar days of instruction by January 31, 2021; her new school year would begin February 1, 2021.
  • When and how is attendance collected?
    Even though home educators should keep track of attendance daily, it’s only collected at the end of March, June, September, and December. Home educators will receive a quarterly reminders of attendance deadlines via our newsletter, text message blasts, and private social media groups. Attendance is collected electronically.
  • What days can be counted towards the attendance requirement?
    Any day can be counted, including weekends and holidays.
  • Can I count days prior to official enrollment?
    No. Attendance can only be counted from the day of official enrollment.
  • Why do you need attendance anyway?
    All private schools, including Education Revolution, are required by law to maintain a record of attendance.
  • Why does Education Revolution need all that private information for enrollment? And do I have to give it again?
    Education Revolution run a registered private school and must collect information required by law. Once enrolled, you will not be asked for this information again as long as you remain actively enrolled.
  • Who do I need to inform if I want my child to enroll with Education Revolution? How do I do so?
    You don’t need to let anyone know that your child is enrolled with Education Revolution unless you had them enrolled in another school or you are enrolled in a homeschool program registered with your local school board. If you are transferring from a public or private school, it it vital that If you fail to withdraw your child, the school will mark your student absent and you may find a truant officer at your door. If you are withdrawing your child from a public or private school, simply follow their procedures. If you are currently registered with your local county school board as a homeschooler, it is vital that . You need to send a letter of termination to the superintendent, or his or her designated home school liaison. You need to state that you are terminating your home school program.
  • Do I have to tell the place I'm withdrawing from when I'm going?
    If you are withdrawing from a Florida school or ending a homeschool program registered in Florida, you are not required to inform them of your plans. Different states have different laws, so if you are not from Florida, consult your local laws regarding the withdrawal requirements. If you decide you want to tell someone your plans, simply state that your child is enrolling in a private school called “Education Revolution.”
  • Can I receive a copy of my child’s records from the school I’m withdrawing them from?
    Yes. When enrolling, indicate that you would like your child’s records from his or her previous school. I will request the records and forward them to you. However, you will be responsible for covering the cost of shipping. Also, I do not mantain backups of these records, so you are responsible for keeping them safe.
  • I want to transfer my child to Education Revolution, but they already started a grade level at another school. When will my child move from one grade to the next?"
    Attendance taken by Education Revolution are not connected to grade-levels. Whenever your student is ready to move to acadmic work at a higher grade level, be it around the time the would have moved forward naturally in a brick-and-mortar school, soon, or even later, it is no problem. The home educator that works with the student daily is in the best position to decide when the student is ready to progress, and thus the call of when to do so rest with them.
  • Does Education Revolution give traditional grades?
    No. If grades are produced, they are given by the home educator who conducts the lessons.
  • Does Education Revolution issue report cards or transcripts?
    At the current time we are not offering report card or transcript services.
  • Education Revolution isn’t the right fit. Can we withdraw?
    Of course: you simply need to contact us via email to terminate enrollment. Your withdrawal will be recorded on the date that your request was sent. Education Revolution does not, however, offer refunds if a student withdraws before his or her school year is completed. A student who withdraws from a private school like Education Revolution can enroll in public or private school or begin a course of home school.
  • How does a student graduate?
    A student will naturally complete his or her course of enrollment during the school year that he or she is designated as a 12th grade student, at the end of the quarter in which they completed the 180-day requirement. To receive a diploma from Education Revolution, a student must either (a) obtain a score of at least 40% on any nationally recognized norm-standardized test the student has taken during his or her high school career (9–12 grade) OR (b) undergo an exit interview and portfolio review conducted by Education Revolution. This interview will review work samples created during the student’s senior year. Students must be able to provide work samples comparable to expectations of high school seniors in the areas of English/language, math, history, and science. There is a charge for an exit interview conducted by Education Revolution. When the student is ready for graduation, the home educator simply needs to contact us via email to start the process of having his or her student’s graduation recorded.
  • How much does enrollment in Education Revolution Cost?
    There is a flat annual fee of $35 due at the time of enrollment. Thereafter, student enrollment fees are due annually on the date before the student’s enrollment anniversary date. For example: if Mary’s enrolled on February 1, 2020 her next enrollment fee would be due on January 31, 2021. The cost of an exit Interview for graduation is $40.
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