A few states require homeschool parents to meet basic educational qualifications such as having a high school diploma or GED, but the vast majority of states have no educational qualifications for homeschool parents.
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Can I homeschool and work full time?
Others have jobs outside the home. And, yes, some have full-time jobs or work weird hours. However, due to the flexible nature of homeschooling, it is possible to homeschool even if you work full-time or have a crazy schedule. It may require some experimentation and creative scheduling, but it can be done.
How many hours a day do you homeschool?
Although homeschoolers spend an average of two to three hours doing formal homeschool hours per day, there are usually no requirements that make them do so. More often, hours should be highly dependant on a homeschoolers age.
Is there government assistance for homeschooling?
Government Funding for Homeschooling
The best way to utilize the U.S. Department of Education for homeschool funding assistance is to take advantage of a registered and accredited the charter school. Charter schools often act as the bridge between parents and the Department of Education.
Do you get paid for homeschooling your child?
Because traditional teachers get paid to teach children, people considering home schooling often wonder whether they can expect any sort of compensation for home-schooling their child. With very few exceptions, the answer is no: Parents do not receive money for home-schooling from the government.