Karen lives in Illinois with no state-required records. Sonya lives in Georgia, which requires a yearly written evaluation for each student to be kept on file but not turned in. Sonya’s sister-in-law lives in Iowa, which requires the whole year’s plan of curriculum to be turned in at the beginning of each school year, as well as tracking each child’s progress throughout the year. Quite the contrast.
Our survey respondents came from many states and several countries. Now, you know that some of those moms live in places with pretty stringent requirements for homeschoolers to meet. Yet less than half of the respondents said they have an easy and effective way to keep school records.
We want to make your life easier with Simply Charlotte Mason. If you need to plan your whole year’s worth of studies at once, you’ll be able to do that and print a report of it. If you need to keep track of what each student has accomplished during the year, your archives will store that information automatically as you check off the assignments on your Daily Plans. And you’ll be able to print that information or just download it to your own computer.
Simple records and reports — no matter where you live.
Update as of 3/1/07: We’re happy to announce that the CM Organizer is now online and can run these reports for you.
This is part of the series: CM Organizer
Posts and comments about our online planner and record keeper designed especially for CMers.
- Guidance and Flexibility
- Daily Plans
- Set the Pace
- Records and Reports
- Announcing the CM Organizer!
- Live CM Organizer Webinars
- Webinar Reminder
- 5 Reasons the CM Organizer Is an Online Service
- Updates to the CM Organizer
- Are my school records safe in the CM Organizer?
- New CM Organizer Features & Link to Us Graphics
- Time Zones Are Here! (CM Organizer)