Forms, Regulations, & Record-Keeping
Once you’re a grown-up, every worthwhile pursuit involves paperwork. Home education is no different.
Common Core, Teaching Standards, and Homeschool
If you are new to homeschooling or to our materials,
Apprenticeship Opportunities: High School and Post-High School
(as referenced on page 216 of Rethinking School: How to
Differences, Disorders, and Disabilities
(as referenced on page 37 of Rethinking School: How to
Aptitude Tests, Personality Quizzes, and Guides to Self-Knowledge
(as referenced on page 159 of Rethinking School: How to
State Requirements for High School Graduation
(as referenced on page 16 of Rethinking School:
Why Do Six-Year-Olds Go to First Grade?
In contemporary education, “What grade are you in?” has become
High School Transcript Forms
Which format should my child’s transcript take? Here are a few suggestions.
Yearly Testing: How to Do It
Many states ask you to submit standardized test scores to demonstrate your student’s yearly progress. Yearly standardized testing can be done fairly easily, but there are many, many many tests out there.
Notifying Your Local School
I’m sure your school will notice if your children just don’t show up after a summer break. You should probably tell them.
Home Schooling Regulations
Mind the rules. There will be a test later.
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