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From: Brenda C. (
Subject:         Re: Homeschooling
Date: February 23, 2007 at 6:10 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Homeschooling posted by Karen on February 23, 2007 at 2:24 pm:

If you can find a testing place, you can have his math and language arts abilities tested. That would tell you where to start. Some homeschool curricula have tests to tell you where to start, but I haven't used any so I can't tell you what they are. I've been homeschooling since K5.

Let's see, what else could help? Oh, a book on high school transcripts. You need to know what your state's high school requirements are.

You've got some research to do! Yes, I do think it's doable. You may be able to get through your son's school day in 4-5 hours. Some subjects require him to put in a certain number of hours - such as p.e. But other subjects just require completing the work, and if it can be done in 20 minutes, yay!

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