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Report Card Templates for Homeschoolers

Report Card Templates for Homeschoolers

Here's how to create a progress report that should be understandable by educators. Sometimes when returning back to public or private school a progress report could be needed to show how a student should be placed in classes. These report cards are primarily for those younger than high school: elementary and middle school levels.
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Homeschooling Court Cases

Homeschooling Court Cases

Reports of legal cases and precidents set involving homeschool families. Links to legal briefs.
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May I homeschool someone else’s children?

May I homeschool someone else’s children?

I often get asked if a person can homeschool someone else’s child, so I am going to write this answer to all of you. There are two scenarios. The person asking is a relative, such as a grandparent, older sibling, or other relative. They will be educating their relative at no charge. The second is...
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Murphy’s Laws of Homeschooling

Murphy’s Laws of Homeschooling

Laws: Whatever you know a whole lot about, your child will refuse to learn it! Whatever you know a whole lot about, your child will refuse to learn it!
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Ohio Legal Homeschooling Laws Explained

We need to know what the laws say about home education in Ohio so that we can make informed choices.
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Citing Case Law – Things To Know

Citing Case Law – Things To Know

by Attorney Deborah Stevenson Executive Director of the National Home Education Legal DefenseReprinted with permission from Judy Aron Did you know? When a phrase from a court case law is quoted, it makes a big difference where the phrase was taken from the decision of that case? Homeschoolers may be familiar with certain quotations from...
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