For federal income tax purposes, no, you cannot deduct homeschooling or K-12 education expenses as an education deduction.
The education credits are for higher education (college).
Do homeschool parents get a tax break?
Homeschool parents may not claim the educator expense deduction, nor can tax-favored funds from a 529 plan be used to pay expenses for homeschool students. However, there may be breaks available at the state level.
How much do you get for homeschooling?
The Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) estimates that the average parent spends about $300 to $600 per year, per child, on homeschooling curriculum, games, and books.
Can I use 529 for homeschooling?
Under the new tax law, 529 college savings accounts can still be used by all families, including homeschoolers, for college expenses. In addition, families can now use their 529 plans for “tuition in connection with enrollment or attendance at an elementary or secondary public, private, or religious school.”
Is homeschooling more effective than public school?
Most of 80% people agree that homeschooling is better than public school in some reasons. Lack of violence, better social development, more effective learning, better education, and flexible are several advantages that support people to choose homeschooling rather than public school.