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Six Ways Your Group Can Make and Save Money with HSLDA
If your homeschool group is like most, it runs on a tight budget. Stretch your resources further with these HSLDA money-saving opportunities!
Digital Tools for Promoting HSLDA Membership
As a leader of a homeschool group, you can promote HSLDA membership with these ready-to-use graphics, emails, social media posts, and text blurbs.
Archery Rule Changes Course, Hits Bull’s-Eye for Homeschoolers
When a national student archery program made it harder for homeschool groups to form teams, we asked for your help to get the rules changed.
What Every Homeschool Group Needs to Know about Finances
Some homeschool groups using online banking apps have suddenly found themselves owing back taxes. Don’t let this happen to your group.
Running a Homeschool Group? Time to Review Health and Safety Policies
As a group leader, what steps should you take to make sure that your students and parents are kept safe, and that your group is in compliance with the law?
Stronger Together: How Your Homeschool Can Flourish in a Group
Homeschool groups provide support, access to activities, and can help stretch your education dollars. And if there isn’t one near you, we can help you start something new!
Times Change. Your Group’s Policies Should Keep Up.
Like a car, after a homeschool group has been operating for a while, it may need a tune-up. Here are some important documents to look at.
Developing a Child Protection Policy
A child protection policy is a vital part of any growing homeschool support group or co-op. HSLDA attorney Darren Jones explains how to create a policy to keep your children safe.
Colorado Moves Target when Homeschool Group Aims for Archery Grant
A national archery nonprofit has welcomed homeschoolers. But officials at a state parks program proved less accommodating when it blocked a homeschool group’s access to grants.
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