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Homeschool Standards | Let's Homeschool
Each state can set standards for the teachers in its public and private schools. In public schools, this first of all often means that teachers are required to have an explicit teaching degree . Not only must a teacher be competent in mathematics, history, English, or biology as a subject area, but he or she must also be qualified by coursework and...
California Compulsory Education - HSC
Homeschooling is legal in California. Because the California Education Code never explicitly mentions homeschooling, the right of parents to homeschool their children is open to legal interpretation. However, this is true of many rights not explicitly delineated in the law.
Brief Overview of State Law as it Applies to Homeschooling
Yes, homeschooling is legal in California. Because the California...
Private Homeschool Requirements - Janelle Knutson
Disclaimer: This is not intended to be legal advice. �I cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information. If you would like legal advice on homeschooling please contact� HSLDA . For more up-to-date and accurate information on homeschooling in California, please contact� CHEA �or� PHEofCA .
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Homeschooling in Virginia - Homeschool Testing ...
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Evidence of Progress - Standardized Testing
Option (i) of the Home Instruction Statute (§22.1-254.1 C) provides an objective means of meeting the evidence of progress requirement. A composite score in or above the 4th...