Welcome to a new series of FAQ with staff from Roman Roads Press answering all your questions about our curriculum, homeschooling, classical education, and more! Scroll down for account-related issues.

Q: Transcripts, Credits, the nature of gatekeepers, and some of our homeschooling story growing up in France and New York.

Q: Do Audiobooks Count as Reading?

Q: Old Western Culture in Homeschool Co-ops.

Q: Is it necessary to read all the reading assignments in Old Western Culture?

Q: Is it important to do Old Western Culture in chronological order?

Q: How can a school that teaches literature and history separately use Old Western Culture? This question also discusses flexible ways to use Old Western Culture in a variety of situations, as well as the nature of “Integrated Humanities.”

Q: Are the Old Western Culture Readers the required editions for the curriculum?

Account or Purchase Related FAQ

There are a few common questions or issues that come our way. We address a few of them below. If you don’t find the answer, Contact Us!

Also, you may find the answer on the Roman Roads Curriculum Facebook group. If you use our curriculum and are on FB, we highly recommend this group!

“Where can I stream video courses and access Materials?”

Video / Streaming Issues

Account Access Issues


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  1. Andrea Smith says:

    I am interested in buying the Calculus for Everyone streaming video. How long will I have access to the videos once I purchase them? Thank you.

    1. Hi Andrea,
      Streaming for Calculus for Everyone does not expire. It is a purchase (similar to purchasing a song on iTunes).

  2. Kitty says:

    Do Old Western Culture videos have an expiry?

    1. Great question! No they don’t. They are what some may call “Forever streaming.”
      We want families to own these like they would physical books, as part of their library and toolset, not merely a consumable “subscription” to get through a class or check off a box on a transcript. We have parents whose kids leave home and continue using and referencing them in college. We love this! We want them watched and rewatched for many years, my many siblings and their parents.

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