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How to Start Homeschooling Midyear Q&A

Education isn’t one size fits all! Many parents are seeking a better fit for their child. Homeschooling offers freedom, flexibility, discovery, and personal mastery. It’s not too late to start homeschooling midyear! Watch this webinar to learn more.

Homeschooling in Michigan: a Memo

Parents in Michigan have three options to homeschool their children. Click here for a detailed summary of all three!

Virginia Religious Exemption Memo

HSLDA members who would like to learn more about the religious exemption legislation in Virginia may read this article from our attorneys.

San Diego Update: Public School Apologizes for Homeschooling Mistake

Officials at a San Diego public school have retracted an inaccurate requirement for parents who wish to withdraw their children to start homeschooling.

Some School Districts Hoarding Students

As educators scramble to adapt to the coronavirus, some parents want to withdraw their children from public school-at-home and start homeschooling. In certain states, officials are saying that isn’t allowed.

How to Comply with Arkansas’ 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 Arkansas—step-by-step.

COVID-19 Leaves Kids in Education Limbo

Amber knew that her children would not do well with online learning. But when she notified the Palm Beach County School District that she was establishing a home education program they told her that no child could be withdrawn.

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Homeschooling with Special Needs – Q & A

Join us to learn about IEPs, SEPs, getting started, accommodations, laws, recordkeeping, high school, and more!

Portsmouth Home Educators' Legal Action is Important for All Families

It's time for all parents to realise that they have been lulled into allowing their parental responsibilities to be usurped by the state, and that they should demand that what rightly belongs to them is returned without delay!