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Home Schooling — Albuquerque Public Schools
The Public School Code was amended by Laws 1985, Chapter 21, to provide a framework within which parents are afforded the opportunity to instruct their children at home. The home schooling program must provide a basic academic education program including, but not limited to, reading, language arts, mathematics, social studies, and science.
Home School Registration and Testing
Information on home...
Home School Office — Albuquerque Public Schools
Home schooling is the education of children at home (typically by parents), rather than in a formal public or private school setting.
How to Set Up a Home School
The New Mexico Public Education Department oversees home schooling programs.
If you're interested in home schooling your children, call the NMPED Home Schools Office at (505) 827-6909 or visit the NMPED Home School Office website for...
New Mexico Home Schools - ped.state.nm.us
Students who are home schooled are not considered public school students.
How do I establish a home school?
You must be the parent /legal guardian of the student. You must notify the state that you are establishing a home school by either doing so electronically (link above), or sending the written notification form (link above) to the following address:
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Date: 2016-06-25 16:22:36
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Kirtland Air Force Base > About Us > Schools
DoD Special Needs Toolkit - Go to the Special Needs/EFMP Homepage and click on EFMP ToolBox to get to the toolkit link.
Kirtland School Liaison Officer Program
The School Liaison Officer program at Kirtland includes an appointed military school liaison officer�and a full-time...
Scholarships for High School Seniors
The first list is available to all New Mexico residents unless otherwise noted. For scholarships available only to Albuquerque metro residents, click here .
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