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Home Schooling MS Word - Multi-state compilations of home schooling regulations. (Education Commission of the States, June 1996)...

Homeschooling in Indiana: A Closer Look - The number of Indiana homeschooled children has increased by 400% over the past eight years, with a current enrollment of 22,403. This brief describes the current homeschooling landscape in Indiana, with sections on: (1) what is known about homeschooling across the United States; (2) the laws and practices governing homeschooling in Indiana; (3) what the research says about the effectiveness of homeschooling; and (4) whether there should be additional regulation or oversight of homeschooling in Indiana. (Robert Kunzman, Center for Evaluation & Education Policy, Summer 2005)...

Summaries of State Laws Concerning Home Educators’ Participation in Public School Activities - The National Center for Home Education, part of the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), provides this summary of state laws about home education participation in public school activities. In states without laws addressing this situation, it is generally up to the individual schools and school districts to decide whether or not they will allow home-educated students access to services. The national center also has prepared an analysis of the policy trends regarding participation of homeschooled students in public school activities – Equal Access – including court cases that have set precedents for how some states handle the issue. (HSLDA, January 2000)...


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