A Poll Question


Here’s the deal.

Right now, all four of my math courses, Mathematics 1, Mathematics 2, Mathematics 3, and Mathematics 4, are all available for sale to enrolled families and members at the Ron Paul Curriculum website.

But they’re only available to those who subscribe and pay the annual $250 family enrollment fee.

Which is fine, but, . . .

I want to make them available to YOU!

Meaning, I want to make them available to those of you who only want to buy my math courses, and who do not want all the great perks and outstanding benefits of enrolling your child in the incomparably valuable and most excellent RPC program.  (I’m shocked!)

Before I can do that, I need to find out how many of you would be interested in purchasing these same “full-year” (36-week, 180-lesson) math courses — which are offered at RPC and are 100% based on Ray’s New Arithmetic books– if they were sold separately and apart from RPC as individual, stand-alone courses.

“Yes, I would,” you say, “but, . . . how much would they cost?”

Well, by contractual obligation I’m not allowed to sell them for anything less than $100 each.

So, that is what the price will be when they become available: $100 per course.

(Compare this to $50 per course when you enroll at RPC and pay the $250 annual family membership fee.)

Now, in addition to being offered and sold separately from the RPC, the courses would also be sold on a separate website: mine. (To be rolled out at the appropriate time.)

(Note: the reason the courses cannot be sold here is that WordPress does not allow their free sites (hosted by WordPress) to engage in direct, seller-to-buyer “e-commerce”.  Also, these free sites are great for sharing information and what-not, but they do not offer the kind of robust digital infrastructure required to host a full-service, online academic curriculum like the one we’re talking about.)

So, . . .  would you be interested?

If so, then please do me a small favor.  Please take a moment to answer the following poll question:

(Hint: you can give more than one answer to this if you’d like.  But submit your vote only ONCE!)


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