Although Teachers To Go does not and cannot recommend or endorse any particular school, program, or curriculum, we can bring you a teacher who is a perfect fit for any one you choose. We pride ourselves on our ability to bring you a teacher who is the right match for your needs.
Below are a few links to online schools that some of our clients have used. This is not an exhaustive list, there are many more out there. Our advice is to choose an accredited program that aligns best with your goals, and ultimately this has to be the choice of the parent or legal guardian. We will bring you a professional qualified teacher to assist with your curriculum of choice.
We have been supplying in-person academic tutoring and teachers for homeschool clients across the US for over ten years, and would be happy to help. The teachers we bring to you for private tutoring are all credentialed and certified, and we tailor them to your specific program and needs. Many of our clients choose accredited online curriculums and use the in-person teacher to supplement and teach one-to-one to round out the student’s education experience. Available days and times will depend on your scheduling preferences. All of the basic information is in our registration agreement.
By Texas state law, home school parents are responsible for choosing and pursuing in a bona fide manner a curriculum that covers the basics of reading, spelling, grammar, mathematics, and good citizenship. There are many different types of curriculum to meet the needs of your family and individual students. Teachers 2 Go does not endorse specific curriculum providers or types of curriculum, however our certified teachers are capable of teaching using any legitimate curriculum. (As long as the curriculum is legitimate, we believe a good teacher is more important than which curriculum is used.)
The state law requirements regarding homeschool curriculums are as follows:
•The instruction must be bona fide (i.e., not a sham).
•The curriculum must be in visual form (e.g., books, workbooks, video monitor).
•The curriculum must include the five basic subjects of reading, spelling, grammar, mathematics, and good citizenship.
Those basic requirements don’t mean that the curriculum is accredited so that it counts toward college or higher education, however. Below are some online curriculum options that ARE accredited.