Homeschooling Through COVID-19

The Coalition for Responsible Home Education is offering resources to help families navigate their children’s education through this pandemic. On this page you’ll find links to our recommendations for utilizing the time in the interim between school closures and resources for getting started if homeschooling through the end of the year (or longer) might be beneficial for your family.

Each school district should be providing students with educational materials to use in the interim. We urge parents to share the load of educating their children as equitably as possible. While we do not currently vet homeschool curriculum or offer official curriculum recommendations, many responsible homeschooling families have said good things about Calvert (currently offering a 3 month free trial as of 3/27/2020).

Emergency Homeschooling: How to Support your Kids During a Coronavirus School Closure

It’s Okay: Thoughts from a Homeschool Grad Turned COVID-19 Homeschool Parent

Keys to Success

These three articles are written by young adults who were homeschooled successfully. In each, the author discusses what their parents did well, offering tips that parents educating their children at home even temporarily will find helpful.

How My Parents’ Homeschooling Methods Empowered Me to Follow My Dreams

How My Parents’ Homeschooling Choices Gave Me An Excellent Education

My Parents Homeschooled Me Successfully (Here’s How!)

Educational Resources

The following organizations are not affiliated with CRHE, the links provided are for informational purposes and do not serve as a general endorsement of those organizations.

Scholastic Learn At Home

Learn In Color

Anti-Oppressive, Anti-Racist Homeschool Curriculum & Resources

Virtual Field Trips

Emergency Homeschooling Tips from another Homeschooling Parent

Washington State Educational Resources for Parents

Here’s The Entire List of Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions Due to School Closings