Homeschooling refers to a situation where a parent or guardian educates a school-aged child through a home study program. Programs vary, but include the basic academic subjects taught in schools such as reading, math, and science.
Yes, homeschooling is legal. However, the laws differ depending on your state and school district. State law commonly requires that the parent or guardian doing the homeschooling have a high school diploma. Beyond that, state homeschooling laws fall into one of the following categories:
If you are interested in homeschooling, you should get more information on your state¿s laws. Helpful references include homeschooling organizations, homeschooling support groups, and your local library.
The information surrounding homeschooling can be plentiful and accessible. However, much of this information requires interpretation. An experienced education attorney can help clarify the laws and regulations of homeschooling in your region.
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