American Homeschool Association

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The American Homeschool Association (AHA) is a broad-ranging network of homeschoolers, working to support homeschooling by providing an online point of contact for news and information, resources and encouragement. The AHA provides free support, information and resources through their many websites, weblogs, discussion lists and more.

The American Homeschool Association sponsors many free email lists for the discussion of homeschooling questions and for in-depth exploration of the issues that impact homeschooling freedoms.

The AHA weblogs and website offer:

FAQs & Information for New Homeschoolers – What to do if this is a whole new idea for you.

A frequently updated news site showcasing what’s happening that’s of interest to homeschoolers.

Articles, Essays, Editorials, etc. – The best writings on dozens of topics.

The History of Homeschooling Series – Perspectives on where we’ve been, and where we’re going.

Special AHA Focus sites which explore important issues in depth. Currently available: Charter Schools, Curfews

The Kaseman Columns – Homeschooling issues and political action from the pages of HEM.

Interviews with Homeschool Personalities – Book authors, conference speakers and many others.

Resource Links – Thousands of resources, from all the best sources.

Book Reviews, Authors’ Sites, and Book Lists – Reviews, recommendations and more.

Book Catalog Sites – Where to buy homeschooling books and resources.

Publications: Online and Printed – The best magazines, newsletters, and online publications.

Support Groups & Organizations – Support, networking, conferences, resources, and more.

Websites We Like – Click to these favorites for more information about homeschooling.

What is the AHA? – Who, what, when, where, why, etc.

AHA’s Free Email Discussion Lists – News, views, and networking with others.

Favorite Quotes and Excerpts – We think these folks said it best!

To access the AHA website click on the link above. If you’d like you join the AHA’s efforts to provide ongoing support and encouragement for homeschooling families, send a message to

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