Both Kansas online school and homeschooling are home-based methods of educating children. Aside from that, they’re very different. Parents who decide to embark on traditional homeschooling have full responsibility for creating or buying curriculum, planning lessons, teaching, and grading student work.
With Kansas virtual school, families have different responsibilities, a safety net of support, and all the resources of a public education available to them. Students work with Kansas-certified teachers and learn using a Kansas-approved curriculum. Students also take part in standardized testing to make sure they’re hitting important learning benchmarks.