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Posts Tagged ‘ legalities ’

Naming Your Homeschool

A2Z Homeschool

If you haven't already done so, consider naming your homeschool.
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Legal Advocacy for Homeschooling a Special Needs Child

Legal Advocacy for Homeschooling a Special Needs Child

Understanding your legal rights when you homeschool your special needs child. Advocating for additional rights. Area-specific support may also be on your Regional page. Advocacy Sites Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates An independent, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization of attorneys, advocates and parents established to improve the quality and quantity of legal assistance for parents...
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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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Accreditation of Homeschools?

The controversy about qualifying homeschools. Accrediting agencies and FAQs about accreditation, especially concerning distance learning programs.
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Why Can’t Homeschoolers Play on School Sports Teams?

Years ago there were major problems with “ringers,” or players who weren’t qualified, playing on teams in league sports. These were kids that were years older and more muscular. These were kids that were not up to par academically. They may not have even lived in the school district. They attended a nearby private...
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