Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooling laws ’

World Guide to Home Education

World Guide to Home Education

The World Guide to Home Education is a wiki for anyone who needs to know what the legal and cultural conditions for home education are in different parts of the world, and a gateway for home educators trying to make contact with other home educators and support groups. This new wiki will collect together,...
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Voluntary Submission

Voluntary Submission

National Home Education Legal Defense (NHELD) offers valuable information about homeschooling legal and legislative issues, such as this bulletin from August 15, titled Voluntary Submission of Information to the Government: The question arises from time to time in the homeschool community – If the government is asking for information from parents about the education...
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Homeschooling Freedoms

“How tempting it is for us homeschoolers to think, ‘We’ll take care of our own family and figure out how we’re going to homeschool. Then when we have everything going smoothly, we can use some of our extra time, energy and money to work for homeschooling freedoms.’ Unfortunately, the world just doesn’t work that...
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Doing the Minimum to Comply

“Doing the Minimum to Comply With Homeschooling Laws and Other Good Ideas,” by Larry and Susan Kaseman, Sept/Oct 1999 Taking Charge column: September. Back to school. A time when new homeschoolers decide how they will comply with state homeschooling laws and regulations, and experienced homeschoolers have the opportunity to simplify the ways they are...
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