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A Plan is in Motion to Save You Time and Stress This Fall

We wrote to all 611 school districts to reset their expectations of homeschool regulations.
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New Ohio Law Streamlines Homeschool Reporting and Increases Freedom

Major changes to Ohio homeschool law were enacted when the governor signed this year’s massive budget bill.
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Principal: Trade Your Info for “Permission” to Homeschool

When a public school principal circumvented the law, refusing to let this mom withdraw her daughter and begin homeschooling, HSLDA had to remind him it’s not his decision.
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Child Support Restored for Special Needs Student

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District to New Homeschool Mom: Talk to Our Lawyer

An Ohio mom contacted HSLDA after her notice of intent to homeschool was rebuffed by the local school district. We helped her file a new one. Then the district said she’d be hearing from their attorney.
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Autism Scholarship Misunderstanding Ignites Huge Mess for Ohio Homeschooler

A homeschooling mom worked hard to ensure her decision to homeschool wouldn’t compromise her son’s access to special needs therapy. But five months later, she was still waiting to hear back from school officials.
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Homeschooled Teen Studying and Saving Threatened Bees

She’s raised woolly worms from eggs and keeps a giant millipede as a pet. But judges at the Ohio State Fair were most impressed with her research on honeybee parasites. Hello, blue ribbon!
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Ohio: Am I Breaking the Law if I Send My NOI to the ESC?

At Home School Legal Defense Association, we answer thousands of questions from Ohio families every year and help resolve hundreds of disputes between homeschooling parents and the more than 600 school districts in the state.
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My Child is Homeschooling. So Why is the School Robocalling?

Delays in processing the notices of new homeschool families mean many are being checked up on with automated phone calls. Here’s what’s going on.
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ODE Helpful to Homeschoolers Who are Feeling Harassed

We commend the department and its staff for responding to the homeschooling community’s concerns and taking steps to address them.
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