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From: Bobbi Sheahan (
Subject:         Texas
Date: September 21, 2009 at 7:54 pm PST

In Reply to: Most posted by Jodi on July 1, 2009 at 7:32 am:

Homeschools in TX are considered to be private schools under the Education Code, which means that they are not regulated by the State. If your child is enrolled in public school here, a simple letter will notify the district that he is being withdrawn to be homeschooled. If your child isn't enrolled in a public school in Texas -- that is, you are just moving here, or your child previously attended a private school, or wasn't of legal school age before now -- you just start homeschooling here and go about your business. I have heard that more than 10 percent of the homeschoolers in the country are here in TX, and that would not surprise me. There is a large and active statewide homeschool association, and the legislature is mostly quite homeschool-friendly.

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