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June 15, 2019 / By Leola
Question: Please tell me or give me a link to where and how to home school because my daughter is 12 in 7th grade comes home crying everyday saying she wants to be home schooled i want to make her happy. please with a full description what website how fast preferbably immediately free please don't put google i tried and it's not working out....
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Jordan Jordan | 2 days ago
I also have a 12 year old, 7th grade daughter. She is homeschooled. I am sorry your daughter is having such a traumatic time in school, and I hope homeschooling will work for her! The first thing you need to do is find out the legal requirements to homeschool in your state. In order to do that, visit http://www.HSLDA.org and find the link for yoru state. The laws vary from state to state, so what applies in one will not apply in another. If you happen to be in SC, message me via my profile and I can give you details on the laws here. You CAN homeschool for free- though I think you might actually be asking about a program such as Connections Academy, which is not really homeschooling but virtual public school. If that is the case, the laws regarding homeschooling do not apply because you are still a product of the public school, you are just doing your lessons at home via computer. In many states, it is free though- sometimes they even provide a computer and funding for internet access. If you are asking about true homeschooling, go to the site I mentioned and find out the requirements. Use resources such as What Your 7th Grader Needs To Know (available from the local library and/or bookstore) or the Tradtional Course of Study available from the World Book Encyclopedia website (click on the parent tab) and create lessons using materials you can get from the library. I suggest joining a local homeschool group before doing anything, though- they can give you pointers on homeschooling in your area and you can view the materials they use so that you can see whta would- or would not- work for you and your daughter before wasting any time and/or money.
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Jordan Originally Answered: How to qualify for home schooling?
I also have a 12 year old, 7th grade daughter. She is homeschooled. I am sorry your daughter is having such a traumatic time in school, and I hope homeschooling will work for her! The first thing you need to do is find out the legal requirements to homeschool in your state. In order to do that, visit http://www.HSLDA.org and find the link for yoru state. The laws vary from state to state, so what applies in one will not apply in another. If you happen to be in SC, message me via my profile and I can give you details on the laws here. You CAN homeschool for free- though I think you might actually be asking about a program such as Connections Academy, which is not really homeschooling but virtual public school. If that is the case, the laws regarding homeschooling do not apply because you are still a product of the public school, you are just doing your lessons at home via computer. In many states, it is free though- sometimes they even provide a computer and funding for internet access. If you are asking about true homeschooling, go to the site I mentioned and find out the requirements. Use resources such as What Your 7th Grader Needs To Know (available from the local library and/or bookstore) or the Tradtional Course of Study available from the World Book Encyclopedia website (click on the parent tab) and create lessons using materials you can get from the library. I suggest joining a local homeschool group before doing anything, though- they can give you pointers on homeschooling in your area and you can view the materials they use so that you can see whta would- or would not- work for you and your daughter before wasting any time and/or money.
Jordan Originally Answered: How to qualify for home schooling?
What you need to do depends completely on the laws where you live. Assuming you are in the USA that varies greatly from state to state. In some states you must file extensive paperwork and wait for approval. In others you do nothing other than withdraw the student from school if enrolled. Most states fall somewhere in the middle. You can find the laws for where you live (US states, Canada and a few other countries) along with lots of beginning to homeschool info at: http://homeschooling.gomilpitas.com/

Gennie Gennie
What you need to do depends completely on the laws where you live. Assuming you are in the USA that varies greatly from state to state. In some states you must file extensive paperwork and wait for approval. In others you do nothing other than withdraw the student from school if enrolled. Most states fall somewhere in the middle. You can find the laws for where you live (US states, Canada and a few other countries) along with lots of beginning to homeschool info at: http://homeschooling.gomilpitas.com/
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Delight Delight
Try these 2 free online public school programs to see if they are offered where you live. http://www.k12.com/ http://www.connectionsacademy.com/
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Delight Originally Answered: Are there any reputable studies on private schools or home-schooling?
You won't get good data on homeschooling. In most states hey don't have to report any data to anyone. The only thing available are standardized test scores, which are probably heavily biased since only people who want to take them do. Private schools have a similar problem. They also don't have to report most data. Of course the quality of a private school is going to vary widely. Charter schools seem to always do worse.

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