PLAN FOR SUCCESS

We’re excited to offer a new, eight-week online Introduction to Home Education course for homeschooling parents who are just getting started.

— Develop an individualized education plan for your child
— Choose and personalize your child’s curriculum
— Fulfill your state’s learning requirements
— Keep track of your progress and milestones

Along the way, we’ll be here to answer questions and brainstorm with you as the school year begins. We can’t wait to see you in class, and we’re excited for all you and your child will learn and do together!

Enroll Today!

Limitations in Current Oversight

Oversight of homeschooling is currently severely limited in most states. Eleven states do not require parents to notify education officials when they begin. Twenty-four states have assessment requirements, but in most cases parents may chose a different homeschool option, assessments are not turned in, or results are not used to identify students in need of help or academic intervention. Further, a full fourteen states do not legally require homeschool parents to provide education in any specific subject.

Hover over or click on each state to read more.

No Notice: These states do not require any contact with state or local officials.
Notice Only: These states require notice of intent to homeschool only.
Assessment w/ Exceptions: These states require assessments but have various exceptions.
Moderate Assessment: These states have assessments with lax thresholds for intervention.
Thorough Assessment: These states require assessments combined with other provisions.


No Notice (11):
Alaska
Connecticut
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan
Missouri
New Jersey
Oklahoma
Texas

Notice Only (15):
Alabama
Arkansas
Arizona
California
Delaware
Kansas
Kentucky
Mississippi
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Mexico
Utah
Wisconsin
Wyoming

Assessment w/ Exceptions (13):
Colorado
District of Colombia
Florida
Georgia
Louisiana
Maryland
Minnesota
New Hampshire
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
Virginia
Washington

Moderate Assessment (7):
Hawaii
Maine
North Dakota
Ohio
Oregon
South Dakota
West Virginia

Thorough Assessment (5):
Massachusetts
New York
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Vermont