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By Kristin Stanberry
State laws and requirements regarding homeschooling vary tremendously from state to state. It's critical for you to understand your legal rights and responsibilities before you start homeschooling. You will want to learn about the laws governing general education as well as special education.
Many parents want to know how to translate a child's IEP at a public school into a homeschool curriculum — and to otherwise address the child's specific learning disability and/or impairments related to AD/HD. Depending on the homeschooling laws in your state, your public school may or may not be willing and able to assist you in bridging that gap.
As you research your state law regarding homeschooling:
Resources to help you learn about the homeschool laws in your state include:
There is no magic formula for homeschool success, and your decision to homeschool (or not) will be as individual as your child and family. As with any decision concerning your child's education, we encourage you to tap into trustworthy resources and information (such as those mentioned in this article). Talk with parents of other homeschoolers in your community. And, above all, trust your good judgment about the well-being of your child.
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