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From: Sharon (
Subject:         your state requirements
Date: August 25, 2008 at 9:00 am PST

In Reply to: Math requirements... posted by Jennifer on August 23, 2008 at 12:45 pm:

A lot may depend on your state, your educational goals, and whether or not your dc wishes to go to college after high school. You might want to check further on those state requirements and see if they spell out the minimums needed, course by course, for graduation.

Some states view homeschoolers as sort of "private schools" and thus homeschoolers may not have to meet the graduation requirements of public schools. It might depend on your state law.

If you have a state or local homeschool organization, you might be able to find someone who could help clarify this for you.

If your dc has no intention of going on to college it probably won't make much difference about the actual math courses. If you have hopes for college, though, you might look at the requirements of colleges your dc may wish to attend, and use that for guidance. Just check the admissions area of the college websites to see what their requirements are.


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