Unfortunately, these options are not Quaker, but may be helpful to some homeschooling families. We are currently using www.currclick.com
for one class and one supplement. So far, my daughters are enjoying it and there is plenty of interaction between both students and the teacher. The other source I find interesting is www.virtualhomeschooling.com
. I have not utilized this personally yet, as it is free, so a bit difficult to get into the classes. It looks promising to me and uses some popular secular curriculum, while Currclick at times may
be a bit Christian based I have noticed, just to inform. I hope this is useful information.