Welcome to A to Z Home’s Cool Texas Homeschooling page. Homeschooling in Texas is entirely parent-led and parent-regulated. Our state respects parents’ rights and responsibilities with regard to home education. Homeschoolers here enjoy a rich, vital, and diverse support network across the state. Regardless of what you choose to call yourself — homeschooler, unschooler, autodidact, or what have you — and regardless of whether you choose to associate with an organized support group, a welcoming community of friends, eager to help you along your way, awaits you. Just say ‘howdy” (drawl is optional) and you’re in! A to Z Home’s Cool provides numerous links to some great resources. Please browse through them and see how and where your family can find the support you need.
Texas Home School Coalition Political Action Committee
The Coalition was established as a political action committee in 1986 by Kirk McCord of Hearth and Home Ministries and the late Brad Chamberlain. It has a narrow history of Christian homeschooling on this site which ignores the efforts of others.
Home School Programs in Texas
When choosing the curriculum you must ensure reading, spelling, grammar, mathematics, and good citizenship are covered in your program. A large portion of families homeschooling in Texas choose online curricula as their main homeschooling method.
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