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The Texas Education Code

2019-10-02T17:06:01-05:00

Home schooled students are exempt from compulsory attendance according to Section 25.086(a)(1) of the Texas Education Code because home schools have been determined by Texas courts to be private schools for the purpose of compulsory attendance. [...]

The Texas Education Code2019-10-02T17:06:01-05:00

Child Custody

2019-10-02T16:53:02-05:00

If you are in a divorce/custody situation, there are actions you can take to promote and protect your ability to home school. To Avoid Court Proceedings Work out educational decisions for your child with your [...]

Child Custody2019-10-02T16:53:02-05:00

PRESS RELEASE: Bipartisan Group of 22 Lawmakers Signs Brief to TX Supreme Court Supporting Pardo Family

2019-09-12T21:39:21-05:00

Contact Stephen Howsley for questions: stephen.howsley@thsc.org (469) 759-0375 AUSTIN, TEXAS: On Friday, August 30, 2019, the Texas Home School Coalition, along with a bipartisan group of 22 legislators and five statewide [...]

PRESS RELEASE: Bipartisan Group of 22 Lawmakers Signs Brief to TX Supreme Court Supporting Pardo Family2019-09-12T21:39:21-05:00

Legal & Problem Situations

2019-09-10T18:33:25-05:00

One of the primary benefits of membership with the Texas Home School Coalition Association is free legal assistance. Home schools in Texas have been determined by the Texas Supreme Court to be a type of [...]

Legal & Problem Situations2019-09-10T18:33:25-05:00

History of Homeschooling in Texas

2019-10-15T14:17:06-05:00

Getting Started How to Withdraw Your Child from Public School in Texas Requirements to Homeschool in Texas Homeschool Terminology How to Homeschool Homeschooling in Texas (The Journey to Becoming One of the Best States in [...]

History of Homeschooling in Texas2019-10-15T14:17:06-05:00
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