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Homeschool Recordkeeping, Evaluations, and Portfolios

What records do you need to keep while homeschooling? Do I need to take attendance every day? How can I keep track of my students progress? Find the answers and more from two homeschool experts and an HSLDA attorney!
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Virginia Children Can Now Attend a Private School by Staying Home

Thinking of homeschooling via private school in Virginia? Click here to read everything you need to know!
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Summary of Colorado Independent School Law

As an alternative to the homeschool statute, many Colorado families have enrolled their children in an independent or satellite school while teaching them at home. This article offers a detailed explanation of the independent school laws that apply.
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Has North Carolina Requested Homeschool Enrollment Information?

Here's what to do if North Carolina sends you an email saying that you have to update your homeschool enrollment information before they "close" your school.
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California Immunization Laws, Record Keeping, and Reporting Requirements

In 2016, Senate Bill 277 changed California laws and regulations dealing with immunizations. This is a summary of the current immunization laws that impact the record keeping and reporting requirements for home-based private schools.
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Home-Based Education in an Alabama Private School

Understand exactly which legal requirements apply to home-based private schools.
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For the Record

Paving a way to their future 
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The Importance of Recordkeeping in American Samoa

Here are the records you need to keep for your homeschool in American Samoa.
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California Private School Affidavit Filing Instructions

For your convenience, HSLDA’s legal team has prepared these instructions to help guide you in filing the affidavit. If you are a member and still have a question after reviewing these instructions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Compulsory School Age in Idaho

Here’s when you need to start following Idaho’s compulsory school law for each of your children.
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