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How to Report Unschooling to School Officials

How to Report Unschooling to School Officials

How to Report Unschooling to School Officials

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Writing a report about doing school at home is easier in many ways than writing one about unschooling, since you will have many of the conventional products of schooling to share with school officials, such as tests, worksheets, and commonly used textbooks. Unschooling often doesn’t produce such products, so if your state requires you to submit a periodic evaluation you might need to explain your children’s growth and development in more depth to readers who do not understand unschooling. This book shows you how to do this successfully.

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How To Unschool Legally
Natural Learning Method At Home
Pros And Cons of the Unschooling Homeschool Method
Resources For Unschooling
Success of Unschooling vs. School-At-Home
Unschooling All Summer
Unschooling Beginning Guide
Unschooling Defined
Unschooling Mail Lists, Social Networks, etc.

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2 Responses to How to Report Unschooling to School Officials

  1. Jamie Gaddy on September 24, 2018 at 8:32 am

    Hello Glen,
    So glad to hear that you’ve started homeschooling! I know that it really can feel like you may be missing the mark or not covering the material that the standardized test covers. But, there are many ways to stay on top of that. You can google your state’s education standards for 3rd grade and then make sure that you cover those topics at some point during the third-grade year. You can also find online practice tests for standardized tests, which help students to get ready and also to relieve some anxiety that they feel over testing. We wish you the best of luck!

  2. Glen on March 22, 2018 at 1:10 pm

    Hello all
    I am very new to this Home schooling thing. I have been attempting to school my 3rd grade boy, since just before last Thanksgiving. We have tried several sites and books, but still feel as though we may be missing the mark and that we are all over the board. He is a very smart boy and loves to learn. He is very involved with helping to choose the subjects that interest him. While I find a way to slide in some of the items of less interest that fit with the subject so not to take away from the subject.

    I would appropriate any advice. I am concerned about the Assessment testing that we need to do to show progress and move to the next level.

    Open to suggestions.
    We live in Spokane, WA

    Thank you
    Glen

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