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Seen Around the Web: Homeschooling in Highly Regulated States


Megan has compiled a list of links to begin your research on homeschooling laws in your state, and Cheryl has shared her best advice for recordkeeping in a minimally-reporting state. The editors at StS decided we should also offer some record-keeping insight for those living in more stringent states, but most of our team do not live in those areas of the country so we can’t write authoritatively about them. Our solution is to bring you the best from-the-horse’s-mouth information we can find online, shared by generous homeschool bloggers who live under more regulation than the rest of us. We hope you will enjoy this little Blog Hop! We are delighted to meet these bloggers, journalists, and organizations, and we thank them for sharing their skill and knowledge with us all.

Florida

Getting Started and FAQ’s by Homeschool in Florida

How to Make a Homeschool Portfolio by Parkridge Church Homeschoolers

Requirements by Florida Parent-Educators Association (FPEA)

Vitarete Academy is a new homeschooling umbrella organization that is registered as a private school in the state of Florida

Maryland

Preparing a Maryland Homeschool Portfolio by Tinderbox

Getting Started Homeschooling by the Maryland Homeschool Association

Homeschooling in Maryland by The Homeschool Mom

Pennsylvania

Start with the Homeschool Forms page, but then read everything at Ask Pauline!

Affadavits, Objectives, and Samples, Oh, My! by StS contributor Nance at HOME’S COOL

New York

Homeschooler by The Journey Mom

Homeschooling: Homemade Education by Sarah Berson for METRO FOCUS at thirteen.org

New York State Homeschooling Regulations Simplified by New York Adventures in Homeschooling

Homeschooling in New York by Angela for Sandbox to Socrates

North Dakota

North Dakota Homeschool Association at www.homeschool-life.com

Homeschooling in North Dakota by The Homeschool Mom

 

 

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