Planning to begin homeschooling and want to make sure you are doing so legally? Have questions about something specific and want to check state laws first?
Below, you’ll find a list of articles that address many of the questions both new and veteran homeschoolers have about the legal process. See if one of these titles may be exactly what you’re searching for:
Need to find your state laws? Click HERE and we’ll help you find them.
Do homeschooling laws ever change? Click HERE to see how changes may affect you.
Can you move to another state while homeschooling? Click HERE for an easy answer.
Do homeschool parents need special qualifications? Click HERE to see.
Is there any proof that homeschooling works? Click HERE to read the latest research.
Must homeschoolers be tested? Click HERE for information about standardized tests.
May grandparents help with homeschooling? Click HERE for a list of resources that will help.
At what age must kids start homeschooling? Click HERE to learn about legal age requirements.
Are homeschooled students legally able to enter college? Click HERE to get full details.
What is a portfolio? Click HERE to find out what to put inside.
Are there tax benefits for homeschool families? Click HERE to get the answer.
Pulling a child from a bad school situation? Click HERE to create a “paper-trail” that should prevent the problem from following you home.
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