Tag: parents

The Homeschool Community Has a Problem with Disabilities (and How to Fix It)

We received the following text from a homeschooling mother who is active in her homeschool community. In her article, which she asked us to share anonymously, she speaks from her personal experience about the importance of homeschooling parents… Read More

Reactionary Homeschooling

At CRHE, we sometimes receive questions from individuals planning in advance to homeschool. Sometimes they intend to homeschool because of negative experiences they had attending public school as children. In other cases they plan to homeschool because they have… Read More

Are You Planning Your Next Homeschool Year?

August is approaching, and for many homeschool families that means curriculum and/or activity planning! At CRHE, we work to support homeschooling parents by encouraging parents to adopt responsible practices and provide the best education possible for their children…. Read More

How to Help an Educationally Neglected Homeschooled Child

We receive many emails from people worried about educationally neglected homeschooled children. These individuals—who are often friends or family members—want to know what they should do about their concerns, and how they can help. We generally point them to information on… Read More

Homeschooling Your College-Bound Child

By Christine Abrahams, Ed.D. Many families can be nervous to homeschool during the high school years for fear of their children not getting into college and the mystery and difficulty of choosing a curriculum. However, high school can be… Read More

How Can I Socialize My Homeschooled Child?

From time to time we receive emails from homeschool parents looking for opportunities for socializing their children. We’re always glad to hear from parents who take their children’s socialization seriously. It’s important for homeschool parents to remember that when they… Read More

Resources for Homeschooling Parents!

As August approaches, parents across the country are thinking about school again, and for homeschooling parents, that means curriculum planning and/or activity scheduling! At the Coalition for Responsible Home Education, we work to support homeschooling parents in providing the… Read More

How to Obtain a Homeschool Transcript

  A high school transcript lays out what courses a student has completed, what credits they have obtained, and what grades they have received. Students homeschooled through an umbrella school or correspondence school will often receive a transcript… Read More

How to Obtain a Homeschool Diploma

A high school diploma is a document issued by an educational institution verifying that a student has completed the educational course of study required for high school graduation. Homeschooled students may obtain a high school diploma in one of… Read More

A Homeschool Glossary

Educational philosophies and approaches John Holt – a former teacher who called for homeschooling as a radical alternative to the school environment of the 1960s, Holt promoted self-directed learning and rights of self-determination for children; he published the… Read More