Ed Plan Template
This is a template you can use to help you put together your educational plan. You may format your ed plan as a letter or as a separate document. Your educational plan must be submitted for approval to your superintendent or school committee before you withdraw your child from school.
Refer to the Quick Start Guide for a step by step guideline.
Note: Sometimes districts will ask you to fill out their own forms or have an in-person meeting with the district. These are not required for of ed plan approval.
Section 2: Subjects
Statement about subjects you will cover. Some examples of subjects:
mathematics / arithmetic
reading, writing and orthography
the English language and grammar
science and technology
constitution of the United States
duties of citizenship
movement and physical education
Section 3: Texts, Materials & Resources
Statement about general materials you may use. For a non-exhaustive list of free learning sites and curricula, go here. - some examples are:
educational computer software
Reference Materials & Texts
reference books and materials (such as textbooks, field guides, timelines, globe maps, etc.)
newspapers and magazines
calculating and measuring tools and utensils
arts and crafts supplies
audio-visual equipment and materials
science lab equipment
field trips and travel