Our Christian Homeschool Curriculum Helps Kids See Biblical Faith Is Not Blind
EdWeek's research on homeschoolers shows that sixty-seven percent of parents who choose to homeschool have done so to provide religious instruction. However, research also shows that Christian homeschooling typically does not make “the sort of transformative difference many parents who choose it hope for.” This failure to form children spiritually is due in part to faulty methods of educating children.
Most Christian homeschool curriculums teach children what to think rather than training them how to think well. Foundation Christian homeschool curriculums offer a different approach. Foundation helps parents capitalize on the formative years by equipping their children to think critically and see that the Christian worldview lines up with reality.