School-at-home, also known as The Traditional Approach or The Structured Approach, is a method of homeschooling in which the curriculum and homework of the student are similar or identical to what would be taught in a public or private school; as one example, the same textbooks used in conventional schools are often used. The school-at-home educational philosophy most closely resembles a conventional, institutional classroom education.

These materials are generally based on the same subject-area expectations as publicly and privately run schools, which allows for easy transition back into the school system. These are among the more expensive options for homeschooling, but often require minimal preparation and are easy to use.

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