Department Directive Home Schooling
The new Education Act was passed in June of 1995, and came into force July 1, 1996. It recognizes home schooling as one of the ways in which parents may choose to access the education program for their children.
Prince Edward Island (PEI)
Education Act – Part 3, Yukon Department of Education
31(1) A parent of a student may provide, at home, a home education program for the student if the parent complies with this section and if the program meets the goals and objectives outlined in subparagraph 4(a)(i) of this Act.
Home Education – Government of Yukon
The Department of Education supports the decision by parents to provide home education for their children. The Yukon Education Act specifies that children who have reached the age of six years and eight months by September 1st, and who are younger than 16 years, need to be registered annually with the Minister of Education.
A community for Indigenous homeschoolers to share idea’s and find support. This group welcomes all, including settler allies who want to learn how to be more inclusive and decolonize their own homeschooling.
AN A TO Z RESOURCE
From the Children of Eagle and Raven to modern times. Resources for Canadian children and others to study Canada.
Your online guide to all things homeschooling for Canadian families.
Homeschool Swap: Canada
A place for Canadians to post your homeschool curriculum / books that you are looking to sell. We also welcome sharing information related to homeschooling and conversations of support and ideas. We want to build a community of Canadian homeschoolers that help and encourage each other on our journeys.