Ron Paul, the former 12-term congressman from Texas, believes that a homeschool program is not just an effective way to carry on the ideas he has promoted all his life. It is indispensable. If the tradition of thought that Dr. Paul represents is not handed on and cultivated, it will wither away.
That’s why Dr. Paul launched the Ron Paul Curriculum (RPC). It is for that curriculum that I originally designed the courses on this site.
As parents, though, we’re interested in more than just advancing ideas. We want our children to get the best education they can.
When your children complete the RPC, they will know an enormous amount about the freedom philosophy – because, unlike the traditional classroom setting, we also present the other side of the story.
How many times have you read something by Ron Paul or a Ron Paulian scholar about history, or economics, or government, that you didn’t learn in school? How many great thinkers have you discovered in adulthood who were never introduced to you as a student?
Your children won’t have the same problem. They’ll learn real history and economics (among many other subjects), and they’ll learn it the right way, the first time through. The people, events and perspectives left out of the usual presentations of this material will actually be taught to them.
Put simply, they’ll graduate knowing who Ludwig von Mises and Frederic Bastiat were, which is more than we can say for more than 99 percent of high school (and even college) graduates today.
In addition to getting an education in which the freedom perspective is systematically incorporated rather than ignored or presented in caricature, your children will also:
- learn how to speak in public with confidence;
- become a good writer – a skill few adults share;
- learn (with your permission) how to run a blog and a YouTube channel;
- learn how to start a home business.
Your student won’t just have a lot of valuable knowledge, in other words. Your student will be an effective communicator in speech and in print, will have a leg up on his peers in promoting himself and his work online, and will have absorbed a healthy entrepreneurial spirit.
The whole program comes with a money-back guarantee. To join the site and its Q&A forums, it’s $250 per family, no matter how many children you have. After that, individual courses are $50 per course per child.
In other words, the price is right, the material is what you want your children to learn, and the program will help develop your child into an effective, confident, and well-rounded adult. For more information on the Ron Paul Curriculum, click here.
Now, how can you get these courses at 50% off?
As I noted above, when you pay the annual $250 fee to join the Ron Paul Curriculum, you can get full-year courses for $50 each and half-year courses (my Government 1B is such a course) for $25.
This site, TomWoodsHomeschool.com, exists for people who would like access to my courses but do not wish to join the Ron Paul Curriculum. Contractual obligations require that on this site, which doesn’t require the $250 annual fee, I make the courses available for $100 for full-year courses and $50 for Government 1B. This is a more economical approach for those who want my courses alone.
To join the Ron Paul Curriculum, click here.
To order my courses by themselves, click here for the course page of this site.