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NHERI 2018 Research for IAHE State Capitol Day

IAHE has commissioned Dr. Brian Ray of the National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI) to provide research for our elected officials at IAHE's Home School Day at the State Capitol on January 22, 2018.  You may review the research that...

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When Abuse Allegations Hit Home

The homeschool community is deep in conversation this week over the tragic condition of the 13 Turpin children found in their home in California. While it's too soon to know the details of all that happened in this case, one thing is clear. There is no...

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Introducing: Kroger Community Rewards

The IAHE is now a participant in Kroger's Community Rewards Program. Kroger is committed to helping our communities grow and prosper. Year after year, nonprofit organizations will earn millions of dollars through Kroger Community Rewards®. All you have to do is shop...

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Personalized Learning: Is it Helpful or Hype?

Homeschooled children have benefited from personalized learning due to a dedicated parent who chose curriculum and lessons that best fit a child’s learning style. It is the ultimate in education. Often, we see attempts to mimic this idea of personalized learning that...

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Withdraw v. Transfer: Does it Matter?

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. Indiana Code IC 20-33-2-28.6 uses the...

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Why We Serve

The IAHE is blessed with the best volunteers! Everyone has a different capacity to serve during different times in their life. It takes a team of many different people, in different stages of life to serve the homeschool community. With the wisdom and experience of...

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