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Homeschooling in Pennsylvania

Homeschooling in Pennsylvania

Finally, a step-by-step guide to the homeschool law in Pennsylvania which is revised and updated to reflect the amendments that were passed and effective in 2014.

Revised in 2015. Amazon won’t update the publication date on its page. Author reassured me this is the new (as of 2015) edition, and eventually could be updated again.

If you’re thinking about homeschooling in Pennsylvania and aren’t sure where to start, this straightforward guide will help you navigate the legal filing requirements.Although Pennsylvania demands more paperwork and accountability than almost every other state in the country, you can learn to file the required forms with a little preparation and a lot of simplicity.

Unfortunately, the homeschool law is vague in some respects which opens the door for school districts to request more than the law requires. This ebook will arm you with information and explain the most confusing parts of the law so that you can file only what the law requires with confidence.

The ebook includes sample “objectives”, a sample affidavit and links to other printable forms that you can use “as is” or adapt to suit your own needs.

Although there are a few great sites with similar information on the web, the format of most site designs don’t lend themselves to a step-by-step progression. As a result, you find yourself clicking around until your more confused than ever!

The chapters in “Homeschooling in Pennsylvania” are organized chronologically according to the school year to avoid confusion and missed deadlines. The reader can easily follow the progression of the legal requirements in this concise guide to ensure that nothing is overlooked.

About the Author
Beth Phillips is a 1993 graduate of The University of Pittsburgh School of Law and practiced until 2000 when her third child was born. She homeschooled her own children for more than 10 years. Beth lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, Mark, and their four children.

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