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Colorado Testing and Evaluation Forms

Use these forms as instructed to submit your preferred testing and evaluation records in the state of Colorado

European Court of Human Rights Homeschool Decision Wrong Again!

January 22, 2019 : The court ruled that German authorities did not violate the Wunderlichs’ rights when they seized their four children by force for testing and evaluation.

Testing & Evaluation

Looking to understand how much your child has learned since last year, what your child knows and can do right now, or what your child needs to learn next? You might be surprised to discover there are several different kinds of tools that can help you!

Pennsylvania Evaluations, Tests are Back

Year-end testing and evaluations were waived for the 2019–20 school year, but Pennsylvania homeschool families are expected to fulfill these requirements as the current academic terms comes to a close.

A word during crisis

We are prayerful that most of the concerns caused by this virus will be resolved by the time you read this, but regardless, HSLDA will be available to help you educate and nurture your children.

Which Standardized Test and Setting Should I Choose?


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!

Three Types of Year-End Assessments


Simplifying the ACT Accommodations Process for Homeschoolers

Here’s a walk through the actual detailed steps from registration and documentation to submitting your application.

How to Comply with Massachusetts' Homeschool Law

Are you considering homeschooling your child? You can do it! As you get started, it’s important to make sure you comply with the education laws where you live. This page helps you understand how to homeschool legally in Massachusetts—step-by-step.