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Homeschooling Guide

A guide to help parents either homeschooling their children or help them learn remotely.

Find Information about Homeschooling

Organizations:

Oregon Home Education Network (OHEN) is a statewide, all-inclusive, volunteer run nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information about homeschooling and promoting connection among homeschoolers. OHEN honors the rights of families to facilitate their children’s educational path and to make choices that respect the rights, needs, and aspirations of their children. ohen.org 

Rogue Valley Homeschoolers is a secular support & activities group for homeschoolers in Josephine and Jackson counties in southern Oregon. ALL are welcome regardless of religion, method of homeschooling, reasons for homeschooling, and so on.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/RVHomeschoolers/

Oregon Department of Education: Home Schooling is an educational option in Oregon. Here are some things to know in order to homeschool your child. https://www.oregon.gov/ode/learning-options/HomeSchool/Pages/default.aspx 

Community Colleges accept homeschoolers 16 and up, younger with permission, to all the regular college classes. A College Placement Test will be required to place students into the appropriate level classes.

 

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