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State Homeschool Policies: A patchwork of provisions - Knowing that states regulate homeschooling in a wide variety of ways, policymakers can better inform their decisions by understanding what others around the country are doing or have done to address the topic. (Micah Ann Wixom, Education Commission of the States, July 2015)...

From the ECS State Policy Database: Instructional Approaches--Homeschooling - This policy database—updated weekly—is made possible by your state's fiscal support of the Education Commission of the States....

State Policies on Homeschooling PDF - Although every state allows some form of homeschooling, most states do regulate it in some manner. This ECS StateNote identifies: (1) Educational qualifications for homeschool instructors; (2) testing or evaluation requirements for homeschooled students; (3) examples of state policy language pertaining to assessing homeschooled students; and (4) links to state department of education homeschool Web pages. (Mary Fulton, Education Commission of the States, October 2009)...

State Laws from the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) - Comprehensive state-by-state profiles are included in this site from HSLDA. The site also provides links to recent legislation and news, legal analyses and homeschool organizations throughout the country, as well as a color-coded map showing varying degrees of state regulation....

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