So a bunch of "oldschoolers" on another thread have brought up that homeschoolers are so different now that they have nothing to offer the current iteration of homeschoolers. The feeling is that homeschoolers now want curriculum already picked out and handed to them, preferably free, and/or content subjects outsourced. Is this really what we are seeing at large? I'm not seeing it. Using myself as an example, I started my first year of homeschool with a k-r and a 3rd grader. I did my research, pi