Compulsory Education Age
Age requirements vary from state to state but generally, children have to be in school until the 6th grade.
Estimated Number of Homeschoolers
Without clear compulsory attendance laws, homeschooling is flourishing legally. As a rule, Mexican families homeschool without significant interference from the government.
The Mexican constitution states in Article 31 that it is an obligation of every Mexican citizen to have their children attend either public or private institutions in order to receive a proper education. The obligation of parents to have preschool, primary
and secondary education is further stated in Article 4 of the General Law of Education.
In regards to testing and higher education, some homeschool families have been able to find an exception. The National Institute for Adult Education (INEA by its Spanish acronym) is able to test pupils older than 15 years who for one or reason have been out of the school system. INEA test results and educational processes can be recognized by higher education institutions, allowing the entrance of pupils not coming from the school system to higher education. Such cases are, however, rare.
The above text (with minor editing) is taken directly from OLASE - Observatorio Latinoamericano de Aprendizajes sin Escuelas.
Home School Guadalajara
Phone: +52 33 3809 1345
Homeschool Escuela en Casa y Familia
El Hogar Educador
Phone: +1 770 713 9053
Email: email@example.com (English) firstname.lastname@example.org (Spanish)
Kingdom Kids Homeschool in Mexico
Contact: Javier Centeno and Eva Centeno Najera
Location: Tijuana/Playas de Rosareita, Mexico