According to the NCAA, “Students who were home schooled for any part of high school (grades nine through 12) must now register with the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse. The clearinghouse will process all home-school certifications. There [...]
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Homeschool students do substantially better than public school students on standardized tests and in college.jjennings2019-08-18T15:31:14-05:00
Do you have a child with dyslexia? There are a variety of perspectives about what causes the challenges experienced by a person with dyslexia. What you believe causes dyslexia influences what you determine is the [...]
After 2 weeks of separation from their 4-year-old son, today the Pardo family attended a hearing in the 422 District Court of Kaufman County with hopes of being reunited. Turnout in support of the Pardos [...]
Homeschooling 1st grade! It’s official—Kindergarten is over and you’re on the count to graduation now! Here’s everything you need in one place to get you started and keep you on track for homeschooling first grade. [...]
Perhaps a few families who were homeschooling in 1994 are still homeschooling today, but by and large, most current Texas homeschooling families don’t remember a time when homeschooling was illegal in our state. This is [...]
SumBlox: The Building Blocks of Math Learning The world of homeschool math learning has been reshaped and reimagined through SumBlox. I found out firsthand. I was wandering through the exhibit hall at [...]