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Best States for Homeschooling States with the Least Restrictive Homeschool Laws. Many homeschoolers prefer a more relaxed atmosphere not so tightly Alaska: In Alaska, children “between 7 and 16” must attend a school or comply with the homeschool law. Under the Idaho: For Idaho, children.

Since 1993, homeschooling has been legal in all 50 states in the U.S., and according to a report released in April 2017 from the National Center for Education Statistics, in the 2011 – 2012. Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. These states have the most strict homeschooling laws in the country. You will need to comply with all the aforementioned requirements along with several more.

Filed Under: Homeschooling Tagged With: best place to homeschool, Homeschool laws, Homeschooling, homeschooling friendly states About Anne Marie I’m the creator of Zephyr Hill Blog, where families can find help with cloth diapers, homeschooling and hobby farming. Most Restrictive States Maine Massachusetts Minnesota New York North Dakota Pennsylvania Rhode Island Utah Vermont Washington West Virginia. Of the top-rated homeschooling states, Alaska, requires no contact between the homeschooling family and the government. Other similarly rated states require minimal contact. I always thought homeschooling was kind of cool.

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You can find your state’s homeschool. Unfortunately this is not the case in most states. But for those who are interested in homeschooling with the ultimate freedom to unschool if they choose, the ten states above are your best locations. Where do you homeschool and what has your experience been? Read more articles by.

Massachusetts. New York. North Dakota. Pennsylvania.

Rhode Island. Vermont. I guess we should be glad that homeschooling is still legal in all 50 states, although I doubt that will remain so for long. H/t Eric Blair of Activist Post. These states are Alabama, Arizona, California, Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

3 Difficult States Several states require more strenuous reporting to local superintendents, and.

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As of 2013, ten states—Connecticut, New Jersey, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Idaho, and Alaska—and the District of Columbia had virtually no oversight laws pertaining to homeschooling.

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The lowest percentages of ELs (approximately 3% of school-enrolled children in this age group) are found in states such as Idaho, Maine, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Vermont (Capps, 2015).

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As of 2008, one out of five states had no oversight laws pertaining to homeschooling—they were Connecticut, New Jersey, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Idaho, Alaska, and the District of Columbia.

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In order to appreciate the magnitude of the phenomenon, consider that the number of homeschooled students exceeds the number of students who attend all the public schools of Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming combined.

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Multiple states, such as Georgia, North Carolina, North Dakota, New Mexico, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia stipulate that parents/guardians who homeschool must have at least a high school diploma, GED, and/or a baccalaureate.

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The percentages of ELL public school enrollment in the following states District of Columbia, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Virginia, and Washington were between 6.0 and 9.9 percent.

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The second highest states (second-tier states) with 12.4–16.2% are the following: Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington.

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Other states with similar programs are Alabama, Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, New Jersey, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, and Wisconsin.

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About a dozen states, including Pennsylvania, Alaska, and Arizona, offer cyber charter schools that support homeschooling families with curricula, knowledgeable advisors, and social opportunities.

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Following Minnesota’s lead, forty other states and the District of Columbia have passed laws allowing the creation of charter schools—Alabama, Kentucky, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont, Washington, and West Virginia are the only ten holdouts.

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  • @Dearlyndsey How do I begin to find a secular homeschool group in Tulsa? Just enrolled in Epic from another B&M charter because of Covid. I guess I need to think longterm in case we love it.

  • Well Aust, this is a great topic. We just made our move from Michigan down to Kentucky. We spent years on vacationing in many states. We did the same thing you guys did we set a 8 hour drive time from parents and grandchildren. Then I sent out resume to places and did my job interviews all in fours days. Melissa would just would get a transfer to a major city. Which was way easier to transfer. So let our jobs help us to land our area. Then we decided to rent then figure out land issues.

  • You are correct, critical thinking skills, second order thinking, is missing from the current k-12 system in USA. My husband and I taught that at home, both boys will graduate from Georgia Institute of Technology with engineering degrees.

  • How do I start to homeschool? Withdraw my little one.. how do I go about choosing curriculum? Do I just sign up? Or do I pick different curriculum that I want to teach

  • Oh I so wish I did Facebook for this very reason… but I don’t…. so, thank you so much for doing this video Lisa, so helpful! I have to chuckle with the socialization question that always comes our way… I have to scratch my head and wonder why the question isn’t “the KIND of socialization that kids can SOMETIMES get in public schools…Anyway, I’m a seasoned homeschool mama and you can never have too much support��

  • Love your learn how to learn ethos. I coach Project management and STEAM skills with High-school and University level. For years I also was a hiring manager. It amazed me how many university grads who were traditionally educated don’t have the ability to know how/what to learn and to apply critical thinking skills. The job landscape is constantly changing, aptitude and attitude were the capabilities most important to my hiring decision. Research has shown the EQ is a bigger indicator of happiness and success than IQ.

  • I know you use The Good and The Beautiful and I was wondering which curriculm you think is better at teaching your child to read. The Good and The Beautiful or All About Reading? I am currently using Level K of TGATB and I was wondering if I should switch to All About Reading.

  • Love your channel and videos. So helpful! I bought the Homeschool Year by Year based on your recommendation. Super helpful book but disclaimer I think it’s 15 yrs old. Most things still felt up to date but thought it would be good for viewers to know. Great resource for finishing up K5 and preparing for 1st grade. I’m excited to try some of your other recommendations with my daughter.
    Maybe you should do a “Homeschool Favorites from Amazon” twice a year to show new goodies you’ve found?

  • How long does a typical BJU day take? I’m wanting to use a curriculum that doesn’t tie up our whole day. Also I’m wanting a curriculum that incorporates Christian aspects into each subject if that’s even possible ��

  • nj is one. im from there now i live in az. in nj you dont gotta tell or report anything just keep a record of curriculum and hours incase your asked. simple
    now thats the only american thing about nj. every thing else sucks which is why im in arizona, cheap, i get to shoot ppl that break in my house i get to have whatever gun i want, taxes are low etc etc etc awesome

  • Hi I’m starting homeschool this year 7th grader…do I have to register with a program or private school? How many hours of homeschooling needed

  • Hello!
    Love your videos����
    What age or grade does teaching textbooks starts at?
    Checking out their website and the lowest math is 3.
    Thank you ��

  • I’m 24 and my baby is currently 2 years old, I can’t wait to homeschool him and I’m so thankful to have the opportunity to give him a great experience! <3

  • When I was at school here in uk we had to watch and read of mice and men. And it was part of our GCSE in English literature. Now I understand why the story was how it was and understood why the ending had to end how it did. I didn’t like the story, the ending although I knew it couldn’t happen any other way but it kind of disturbed me a little. I have never wanted to watch or read the book again. That is why I think it’s good that home schoolers can choose their reading material so they don’t have to deal with these things.

  • great items! I hadn’t heard of these notebooks, so that’s cool! Thanks for sharing. We have the same Harcourt reading/spelling/test/AND writing workbooks! I think they were left over from my first daughters school (maybe we had moved at the time) so it is SUPER awesome to have them for my homeschooled first grader NOW. We have finished her LEVEL K (TGTB) so I had to supplement:) I am totally a post-it gal:) WE LLOOOOOVVVVEE Liberty Kids-I have been so thrilled to share this with my kids and doing SOTW history with them.

  • what about a complete package, or does that mean I would have to do all the teaching and there would be nothing included like the math and reading programs you outline?

  • Do you have a video on what a typical day looks like for you and your children? Or how you manage your days. I guess I am mainly concerned with how will I teach both kids simultaneously.

  • I am currently homeschooling my 7th grader. I love your homeschool videos and I’m so thankful for your recommendations. I spent way too much money on textbooks and curriculum this year and it is so difficult that we both end up completely frustrated! What would you recommend for science and history for 7th grade?

  • I am a CPA so I got math down, but I need to teach 1st and 4th grade this year for the first time.. Looking for HELP. Thank you for your videos. I am trying to contribute to the world and making my own videos to teach about animals. check them out.

  • We homeschooled both girls, they dual enrolled in our local college their senior years of high school. Oldest is a college grad (BSN) and works as an ICU nurse with 6 other nurses who were also homeschooled. Youngest is a senior at university pursuing a double major. We were fortunate to live in a homeschool friendly school district so they were able to take elective classes throughout their schooling. We also had a local co-op they participated in and they were able to play AAU club volleyball. Between those, church and 4-H there was plenty of socialization

  • Thank you so much, I’m new at the with a dyslectic 8th grader. I think I will be using lots of what you said. I have 8 year old and 14 year old. So you mostly just use those three things?

  • Very helpful video. I like that the parent has ultimate control over pace, yet the curriculum is primarily doing the teaching. Thanks!

  • I am curious if you have any thoughts on Abeka Academy as compared to BJU Press. This was our first year and we used Abeka for Language Arts/Reading/Spelling. I like their phonics approach. I can tell that it is helping my 1st and 2nd graders I have realized I need some relief next year and would like video lessons for some if not all subjects. I have been looking at Abeka so I am wondering what your thoughts are.

  • is every level not the same price for TT 3.0? We just started level 4 this year and I plan to have my youngest start level 3 next year when my oldest is doing level 5 at that point. we switched from MUS and we are impressed so far.

  • My daughter is wanting to home school like yourself, Dawn and Angela are doing. She’s having trouble with the school program in West Texas and would just like to home school. She has 2 children a boy and girl. I would love if she connect for you ladies to explain how to get started.

  • Christian Light Education has a good learning to read program that is also easy to use and less expensive than many things out there. It is Mennonite.
    I have two second graders and a junior high school student. I use Christian Light for many things because it is self explanatory.

  • I don’t know why anyone would be against homeschooling. It seems like a win-win for everyone. People who do want to send their children to school always want smaller classes. This is one way to get them.

  • We love AAR too! Just finishing level 1, and planning to start level 2 soon. I’m curious, did you use all four levels with your kids? I love how thorough it is, but just wondered if that’s important… or if regular read-alouds and spelling will do at a certain point…

  • I home schooled both my kids all the way through high school. I had them both start college their senior year cause I felt they were ready. My oldest is in her 3rd year and my second one is just started this fall.

  • As always, great video Becky!! Thank you for your suggestions! It makes me feel more confident in my homeschool decision for next year!

  • Do you have any pointers for an online instructor or independent led for a second grader? I am going to work from home. We tried kinder at home and didn’t click. I haven’t figured out how to motivate her to chose to engage. On one hand she is independent but also kinesthetic. Thanks

  • I know You Guy’s work on eating super healthy have you ever had an issue or a thought about all of the people feeding deer non gmo corn and junk and now we’re killing them and eating them just a thought