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From: Brenda C. (
Subject:         Re: Single Parent Homeschooling
Date: January 4, 2007 at 1:49 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Single Parent Homeschooling posted by Scoutmamaof4 on January 4, 2007 at 11:24 am:

In my state, we have 3 ways to be "legal;" registering with the local schoolboard, registering with a state option, or registering with a 3rd party option. The schoolboard has the most requirements regarding hours per subject. The 3rd party option is the most flexible way to be legal. Some working parents leave their kids with grandparents or a babysitter and then do schoolwork in the evening. You can do school on weekends. You have to get in your required 180 days of school, but as a homeschooler you can choose which days and how long. You need to keep records of all the work and field trips and such!

I work from home in the evenings, so I'm able to oversee my children's school lessons during the day. On hectic days we may not do schoolwork, and make it up on a Saturday instead. Flexibility is a benefit of homeschooling!

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