Do your materials follow Common Core standards? How do they compare to public school?

By design, The Good and the Beautiful curriculum does not follow Common Core or the educational standards of any state. The academic spine of this curriculum was developed by compiling all the principles and information deemed important by The Good and the Beautiful creators. This was a very thorough process that took several months to complete for each subject and had input and review by educators, historians, scientists, reading specialists, math specialists, and grammarians. The Good and the Beautiful curriculum is extremely thorough and has high academic standards, many of which go above and beyond those adopted by Common Core. We believe that children who work on The Good and the Beautiful curriculum consistently each day will find that they are far above public school standards. We have not had people comment about the academic standards being too low; although, we have had people comment that the curriculum is too academically rigorous for some children.

Customer Support

support@thegoodandthebeautiful.com

Emails are answered Monday–Saturday throughout the day and always within 24 hours (Monday–Friday).

Quick Links For New Webpages:

History 1: thegoodandthebeautiful.com/history1 History 2: thegoodandthebeautiful.com/history2 History 3: thegoodandthebeautiful.com/history3

The passwords have remained the same and can be located in the “About the Course” section at the beginning of your History Course Book.

High School 1:

thegoodandthebeautiful.com/high-school-1/

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Phone Number

We do not offer phone support. However, we have a number at which you can leave a message if you are unable to contact us through email:

801-641-5514

Please allow 1–3 business days for a response. Please do not email and leave a phone message about the same issue.