What If I Suspect Child Abuse?

Because homeschooled children do not have the same regular contact with mandatory reporters as children who attend school, abuse in homeschool settings can go unnoticed and become severe. Homeschool law offers few protections for at-risk children, leaving it up to family, friends, and neighbors to recognize and report child abuse in homeschool settings. Learn how child abuse is defined and how to be a safe adult to the children around you. Read about these and other ways you can help at-risk homeschooled children in the interactive infographic below (direct link here).

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