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Ron Paul Curriculum: The Story of Liberty, K-12

Here, you and your children can get an education in liberty like no other.

Here, students learn the basics of Western Civilization and Western liberty -- how it was won, how it is being lost, and how it will be restored. (Not can . . . will.)

Students also learn the basics of American history, the United States Constitution, and American geography.

They get two courses on free market economics. They get two courses on government, including a how-to course on reclaiming America, one county at a time.

Students get mathematics, either through calculus or statistics or both.

They get the basics of science: biology, chemistry, and physics.

I invite parents to take courses and participate on forums -- to get the education they never had. Parents do not pay for the individual courses that they purchase for their children.

When completed and online, the curriculum's first six years -- instructional videos and course materials -- will be free. Some parents will decide to join the site, in order to participate in the K-5 forums, but membership is not mandatory. It is supplemental. On the K-5 timetable, click here.

 

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The Day's First Course
Gary North - August 16, 2014
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Benjamin Richards - July 31, 2014
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Lasting Political Views: Ages 14-24
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The Day's First Course
Gary North - August 16, 2014
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Writing Skills
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Mathematics and the Lowest Common Denominator
Benjamin Richards - July 31, 2014
There is no subject for which self-pacing is more essential than for mathematics . . . keep reading
Study Habits
Start early. . . . keep reading

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