I have heard almost each of these stats in one place or another. I love seeing them all in one place. Source: TopMastersInEducation.com
The revised and updated version of the ebook I wrote to help parents navigate the legal filing requirements of the Pennsylvania homeschool law is now available! You can get a pdf copy or purchase it at Amazon for your Kindle (or any device with the Kindle App). The Pennsylvania homeschool law was amended in October 2014 […]
The changes to the PA homeschool law make choosing the right evaluator more important than ever. Learn what experience and qualifications the law requires.
There’s no end to the opportunities for real learning during the holidays. From international Christmas displays to helping with holiday cards, kids can pitch in and learn in 3-D.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: In spite of the favorable changes to the law that took effect almost 2 years ago, many school administrators persist in requesting portfolios, test scores or proof of evaluator qualifications. If you are new to homeschooling, I urge you to educate yourself about exactly what is required by law. This article and website […]
Understand the information that’s required on an affidavit under Pennsylvania homeschool law
Luke With His High School Coach After Clinching a Spot at States This week, my son, Luke, a freshman enrolled at Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School*, battled another homeschooled student to clinch a spot in the PIAA State Singles Tennis Championship. He placed 3rd in the WPIAL for class AA. Parents choose to homeschool their children […]
If you’re wondering what the basic graduation requirements are under Pennsylvania homeschool law, they can be found directly in the text of the statute and are pretty straightforward. “The following minimum courses in grades 9 through 12 are established as a minimum requirement for graduation in a home education program: (1) Four years […]
There’s a lot of confusion surrounding your obligation to file an affidavit under the PA homeschool law if your child turns eight after the official start of school in your district. Since the compulsory education law applies to children between the ages of 8 and 17, the conventional wisdom (and a couple of statutes) […]
Now that superintendents no longer review portfolios in Pennsylvania, it might be more important than ever to find a supportive evaluator who applies the appropriate standard of review.