People that follow an alternate curriculum (don't have to follow grade level curriculum), do you ever feel like you wish we had some sort of curriculum to follow? Something that is meaningful, accessible, that makes sense, high-interest for our moderate-severe students? I feel (and some of my parents agree) that when we make our own things, we're all over the place, and parents can't really follow what we're going to be learning next week or next month, because there is no set curriculum (like in general ed classes), there are no books to follow. If any of you do use some sort of curriculum, can you please share it with us? My main priority is a language arts curriculum, but if you use something that is across different areas (and that is not babyish), that will be interesting too.