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How to Homeschool in Louisiana -

Louisiana Homeschool Laws

The state offers two registration options for homeschooling families: home study program or home-based private school. The options differ in the type/amount of information you must submit each year to the Louisiana Department of Education.

Home Study Option

Under this option, you must submit an Approved Home Study form and copy of your child's birth certificate to the...

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How to Homeschool in Florida -

Florida Homeschool Laws

As you begin to set up your own home education program, there are some steps you should follow. The very first thing you will need to do is provide an official written notice of the parent's intent to begin a home education program. A parent should do the following:

Write the notice of intent and sign it,

List the names, addresses, and birth dates of the attending...

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How to Homeschool in Vermont -

Have you decided to start homeschooling your family, or are you considering the option of educating your child from home? Well Vermont is a great place to homeschool. The state of Vermont has easy homeschool laws to follow and several great homeschool support groups to help you along the way.

In this article you will find the following:

An overview of Vermont homeschool laws

An introduction to...

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How to Homeschool in Ohio - Moving Beyond the Page

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End-of-Year Assessment

When submitting notification for a subsequent year of homeschooling, you must also submit an end-of-year assessment for the previous year. This requirement can be fulfilled using a nationally normed, standardized test; a written narrative of the student's progress including a portfolio of student's work; or an alternative assessment...

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How to Homeschool in Mississippi - Moving Beyond the Page

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If you are interested in homeschooling your child, the Magnolia state is a great place to get started. Mississippi is one of the easiest places to begin homeschooling your children. It has only one regulation that you must follow; the rest is up to you and how you believe your family will learn best.

In this article you will find the following:

An overview of Mississippi...

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How to Homeschool in Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, homeschooling policies are determined by local school districts. To determine your homeschooling requirements, you will need to familiarize yourself with your local school district's policies and two court decisions that affect what school districts may and may not require from homeschooling families. To begin this journey, you've come to the right place! In this article you...

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How to Homeschool in Kentucky -

Kentucky has only a few laws regarding homeschooling, making the process much easier. This article summarizes those laws and provides links to resources to get you started. In this article you will find the following:

An overview of Kentucky homeschool laws,

An introduction to homeschool groups in Kentucky, and

A description of how Moving Beyond the Page can help you get started.

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How to Homeschool in Washington

Washington Homeschool Laws

When planning to homeschool, there are several requirements you should be aware of:

Homeschooling parents must provide a Declaration of Intent to Homeschool.

Parents must qualify to homeschool (there are 4 main ways to do this).

You must teach the 11 required subjects: reading, writing, spelling, language, math, science, social studies, history, health, occupational...

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How to Homeschool in South Carolina

During your child's 7th through 12th grade years you must also include the following curriculum.



Option 1

This option requires that you send a letter of intent to your child's district board of trustees. The board must approve of your request to instruct your child in homeschool. After approval of the letter you will have to comply with a few rules when teaching your...

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