the network for radical unschooling families
There are several linked from Sandra's Unschooling Curriculum page.
I found it better, when I needed to report a "learning plan" to use what Ray had been doing over the last six months as the "plan" - that way I wasn't trying to guess the future, didn't have any temptation to push him to stick with an interest longer than he wanted, and he always met all his goals.
By and large, it's important to look for the legal options which are the least intrusive. Filing a learning plan or curriculum can end up being hugely intrusive if you then actively use it to steer your child in a direction he or she no longer wants to go. Be sure you're doing the barest minimum required to meet the legal standards. If the law only states "have a plan on file" then copy a page of World Book encyclopedia and forget it. Don't look at it again, not even when you make next year's "plan".