Last year around this time, I wrote a post detailing 3 reasons to avoid overcompliance with state homeschool laws. Now that we’re heading into another homeschool year, I felt led to reiterate how important this is.
No matter how nice your school district is to you, if they are requesting information not required by your homeschool law, DO NOT GIVE IT TO THEM.
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(and how to go about doing it!)
Here we are in the middle of May. Time flies when you’re having fun, right?
For those of us who homeschool in states that require some sort of end-of-the-year reporting to our school districts, right about now is when we start scampering around collecting work samples, finishing up portfolios, and having our kids interviewed by our homeschool evaluators.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Not.
As we finish up our 8th year of homeschooling one very important issue keeps creeping up on me again and again- overcompliance. (Watch my video on this subject here.) Continue reading “3 Reasons to Avoid Overcompliance with State Homeschool Laws”