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Beginning to homeschool can be overwhelming.
The IAHE has been answering questions from new homeschool families since 1983 and we’re here to help make your start a success. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions that we receive, including answers!
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Indiana Homeschooling F.A.Q.s
We are blessed in Indiana to have laws that allow us to freely home educate our children. The law requires that our home educated children attend school from 7-18 years of age or they graduate.
Indiana homeschoolers are required to provide an “equivalent education.” But, what exactly does that mean?
Perhaps you have noticed an occasional topic in the IAHE Homeschool Discussion group related to whether or not homeschoolers should use the term “withdraw” or “transfer” when exiting the public school to homeschool.
IAHE frequently receives various questions from Indiana home educators about the (generally) 180-day requirement.
We do not give legal advice, so when questions about the law arise, we defer to an attorney. IAHE asked Tj Schmidt of Home School Legal Defense Association for his opinion regarding this important topic.
The IAHE offers multiple resources to help connect you directly with the IAHE, as well as other home schooling families in your area. In addition, we do our best to bring you additional opportunities through a wide variety of resources and content to help you along the way.
By choosing to attend the IAHE convention instead of a for-profit convention, you are helping to support other Indiana homeschool families all year long.
Does it matter that the term “homeschooling” is used by those who are not homeschooling in the traditional manner?