We're locked in a dogmatic stalemate that resembles the Gordian Knot.In hindsight, we could have all saved ourselves a lot of trouble by just going to their website to determine what they consider his son. It seems they have a page dispelling a few myths of online charter academies similar to yours, Dan, on homeschooling.
OHVA is a public school that happens to operate within the walls of your own home. As public school students, your children will be expected to spend a certain amount of time each day engaged in schoolwork. (emphasis added).They wrote it, I just quote it. From the state's perspective Dan your child is a public school student. I hope that settles the issue? After all, it's your curriculum provider and not Spunky saying it this time.
They use a different term to describe what you do, public e-schooling.
Make the move from traditional homeschooling to public e-schooling.So, unless someone can come up with another term, I think I'll start using that when I talk about public online charter schools.
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