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Homeschool Laws By State

You should follow the law of the state in which you are physically present. Why? When you are physically present in a state, even temporarily, you are subject to that state’s laws—and often to the jurisdiction of its courts. So you could be required to comply with that state’s homeschool law.

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California Homeschool Laws

(4 days ago) Questions about how to homeschool in California? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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South Carolina Homeschool Laws

(8 days ago) South Carolina Homeschool Law At a Glance. Options for Homeschooling: Three. School Required for Ages: 5–17. Notification Required: No, but see option 1 approval process. Teacher Qualifications: Yes. State Mandated Subjects: Yes. …

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Georgia Homeschool Laws

(1 days ago) Questions about how to homeschool in Georgia? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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New York Homeschool Laws

(2 days ago) Questions about how to homeschool in New York? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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New Hampshire Homeschool Laws

(7 days ago) Questions about how to homeschool in New Hampshire? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work …

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Texas Homeschool Laws

(9 days ago) Questions about how to homeschool in Texas? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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North Carolina Homeschool Laws

(8 days ago) Questions about how to homeschool in North Carolina? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work …

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New Jersey Homeschool Laws

(4 days ago) Questions about how to homeschool in New Jersey? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work …

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North Dakota Homeschool Laws

(6 days ago) Questions about how to homeschool in North Dakota? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work …

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Ohio Homeschool Laws

(8 days ago) Questions about how to homeschool in Ohio? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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Constitutional Law by Michael Farris HSLDA Online Academy

(4 days ago) Constitutional Law by Michael Farris is the study of pivotal Supreme Court cases. In Constitutional Law, students will learn to understand our nation's founding documents, explore precedent-setting Supreme Court cases, and …

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How to Comply with Maine’s Homeschool Law

(3 days ago) Maine law says that you must keep a copy of each annual letter, and a copy of each year-end assessment, for your records. If the commissioner of education asks to see the letter or the year-end assessment, you must provide …

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How to Comply with Oregon’s Homeschool Law

(5 days ago) So, the law will maintain the presumption that the 1st grade is when the student turns 7 by September 1. Therefore, a child is to be tested at the end of the school year in which he or she turns 9 (3rd grade), 11 (5th grade), 14 (8th …

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How to Comply with Delaware’s Homeschool Law

(6 days ago) The law requires multi-family homeschools to appoint a person to act as a liaison to the Department of Education. This liaison will be responsible for submitting the attendance and enrollment information described below for all the families …

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How to Comply with North Dakota’s Homeschool Law

(Just Now) Option 1: Homeschooling under the home education law. 1. Ensure that you have the required teacher qualifications. You must be a parent of the child you are homeschooling, and you must have a high school diploma or a GED to …

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How to Comply with North Carolina’s Homeschool Law

(2 days ago) North Carolina law defines a “home school” as “a nonpublic school consisting of the children of not more than two families or households, where the parents or legal guardians or members of either household determine the scope …

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Constitutional Law HSLDA Online Academy

(7 days ago) "Constitutional Law has opened my eyes and given me a deeper perspective of the history behind the laws and regulations in America today. The foundation this course has given me has equipped me not to take for granted what anyone says, but to look to the true intent of the Constitution to discern what is and what should be taking place in our

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How to Comply with Alaska’s Homeschool Law

(4 days ago) Are you considering homeschooling your child? You can do it! As you get started, it’s important to make sure you comply with the education laws where you live. This page helps you understand how to homeschool legally in Alaska—step-by-step.

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French High Court Denies Homeschool Law Appeal

(9 days ago) The law also imposes new restrictions on religious freedoms. Homeschooling has been legal in France since 1882. The new law does not change the legal status of homeschooling, but does restrict it to four specific exceptions relating to health, family traveling status, medical or other specific reasons relating to the needs of a child.

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How to Comply with Iowa’s Homeschool Law

(2 days ago) The law does not specify how much time to spend instructing your child or teaching any single subject, but you should include some instruction in each required subject every school year. 2. School officials can request certain information. You do not need to proactively file any forms with your school district to let them know you are providing

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How to Comply with Georgia’s Homeschool Law

(5 days ago) Georgia law refers to homeschools as home study programs. To operate a home study program in Georgia, you must follow the steps listed below. Homeschooling under the homeschool statute 1. Ensure that the person or people homeschooling your child have the required qualifications.

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Chicago Creates Phony Homeschool Regs, Casts Student Dragnet

(2 days ago) The law says they can’t do that. ESPAÑOL; News Chicago Creates Phony Homeschool Regs, Casts Student Dragnet. Dave Dentel Web Content Manager. September 09, 2021. Efforts by Chicago officials to prevent a precipitous drop in public school enrollment have also made it difficult for some families to invoke their legal right to homeschool.

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How to Comply with Maryland’s Homeschool Law

(6 days ago) Maryland statutory law refers to homeschooling as “regular, thorough instruction during the school year in the studies usually taught in the public schools to children of the same age.” Maryland regulations also refer to homeschooling as a “home instruction program.” To operate a home instruction program in Maryland, follow the steps

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Public School Access for Homeschoolers in Pennsylvania

(7 days ago) While athletic association rules are not “law,” public schools are generally constrained to operate within them, or their teams could be disqualified. We therefore refer to association rules of particular importance in a number of entries. We strive toward keeping this information 100% up to date in this rapidly changing area of the law.

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How to Comply with Idaho’s Homeschool Law

(3 days ago) Under Idaho law, you can teach your children yourself. Alternatively, you can have another family member, relative, or unrelated person teach your children. 2. Teach the required subjects. You must teach your children subjects that are commonly and usually taught in the public schools of Idaho.

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Compulsory School Age in Missouri

(6 days ago) However, even if your child is beyond compulsory school attendance age, there may be situations where you would want to continue to follow the requirements of a home education option recognized under Missouri law until your child graduates from high school (filing a home education notice, keeping attendance and other records, etc.).

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How to Comply with Mississippi’s Homeschool Law

(9 days ago) Mississippi law refers to homeschools as home study programs. To operate a home study program in Mississippi, you must follow the steps listed below. 1. File an annual certificate of enrollment. Every year, on or before September 15, you must submit a certificate of enrollment including your and your child’s names, address, and telephone

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Compulsory School Age in Massachusetts

(1 days ago) The law requires that children attend school or be homeschooled from the first school year in which they turn 6 by December 31 until their 16th birthday. HSLDA believes that a parent-issued diploma and transcript should be sufficient to demonstrate that a child has completed a secondary education.

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FIFTH SECTION DECISION AS TO THE ADMISSIBILITY OF

(Just Now) applicants’ motion to be granted leave to appeal on points of law. On 29 April 2003, the Federal Constitutional Court refused to admit the applicants’ constitutional complaint because it had already dealt with the decisive constitutional issues in its settled case-law. It recalled that the

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Compulsory School Age in West Virginia

(1 days ago) On March 13, 2010, the West Virginia Legislature passed House Bill 4593, which amended West Virginia Code § 18-8-1a(a)(3). Among the changes to this section of the Code was an increase in the age of compulsory attendance from 16 to 17. Here’s some information about this law.

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Compulsory School Age in South Carolina

(2 days ago) However, even if your child is beyond compulsory school attendance age, there may be situations where you would want to continue to follow the requirements of a home education option recognized under South Carolina law until your child graduates from high school (filing a home education notice, keeping attendance and other records, etc.).

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Hawaii Homeschool Laws

(Just Now) Questions about how to homeschool in Hawaii? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .

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Compulsory School Age in Mississippi

(9 days ago) July 15, 2020. Your child must start school in the year when he or she will be age 6 on or before September 1. Thereafter, your child must continue to attend school or to comply with the homeschool law at least until the year when he or she will be age 17 on or before September 1. The compulsory school attendance requirement also applies to

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Compulsory School Age in Nevada

(4 days ago) However, even if your child is beyond compulsory school attendance age, there may be situations where you would want to continue to follow the requirements of a home education option recognized under Nevada law until your child graduates from high school (filing a home education notice, keeping attendance and other records, etc.).

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Compulsory School Age in Maryland

(6 days ago) Compulsory school attendance begins when your child turns 5 and continues until your child completes one of the following: turns 18, obtains a high school diploma or GED, or. completes a program of regular, thorough instruction in the studies usually taught in public schools to children of the same age. If your child turns 5 during the school

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Compulsory School Age in Georgia

(5 days ago) Georgia law requires children to attend school between their 6th and 16th birthdays. However, if your child is under 7 and has attended a Georgia public school for more than 20 days, then he or she must continue to attend school thereafter.

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Jury Duty Laws in Delaware

(9 days ago) Jury duty is an opportunity to directly serve our community and is essential to maintaining and preserving the freedoms we cherish as United States citizens. To serve as a juror is to help ensure that our fellow citizens receive the protection—and when necessary, the penalty—of the law.

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Compulsory School Age in California

(8 days ago) However, even if your child is beyond compulsory school attendance age, there may be situations where you would want to continue to follow the requirements of a home education option recognized under California law until your child graduates from high school (filing a home education notice, keeping attendance and other records, etc.).

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Jury Duty Laws in California

(1 days ago) Jury duty is an opportunity to directly serve our community and is essential to maintaining and preserving the freedoms we cherish as United States citizens. To serve as a juror is to help ensure that our fellow citizens receive the protection—and when necessary, the penalty—of the law.

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Phony Requirements, False Threats Hit Homeschool Families

(9 days ago) Kentucky law states that private schools “shall report . . . the names, ages, and places of residence of all pupils in attendance” at the school. Information like gender, grade level, phone number, etc. may be provided but certainly is not required. And now a word about the spirit of the law and homeschool freedom.

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Special Education Provisions for Indiana

(3 days ago) Special Education Provisions for Indiana. How to Homeschool in Indiana. Part 7 of 9: Child Labor and Work Permit Laws in Indiana. Part 8 of 9: Jury Duty Laws in Indiana. Part 9 of 9: Indiana Legal Analysis. Part 1 of 9: How to Comply with Indiana’s Homeschool Law. Part 2 of 9: Compulsory School Age in Indiana.

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Why the Virginia Supreme Court Needs to Protect

(4 days ago) Adding to the Law The Sosebees’ notice did include their child’s age and home address, but this wasn’t enough for the district. Even though the superintendent knew how old their child was and where he lived, if the Sosebees did not submit a birth certificate and proof of residence, school officials would prosecute them for failing to

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Public School Access for Homeschoolers in Texas

(Just Now) November 30, 2020. Texas does not have a law granting homeschooled students the right to participate in public school classes and activities; thus, the individual schools and school districts have the authority to decide whether to allow homeschooler participation. Policies often vary from district to district.

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Compulsory School Age in Virginia

(6 days ago) August 22, 2020. Beginning in the school year during which your child is or will be 5 by September 30, you must start following Virginia’s compulsory school law. Your child can be exempted if he or she is (or will be) 5 by September 30 but will not be 6 by September 30. Notify your school board that you do not want your child to attend school

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Compulsory School Age in Oklahoma

(6 days ago) However, even if your child is beyond compulsory school attendance age, there may be situations where you would want to continue to follow the requirements of a home education option recognized under Oklahoma law until your child graduates from high school (filing a home education notice, keeping attendance and other records, etc.).

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