Have you ever wanted to homeschool your child and you need information on how to do this effectively? There is so much information on the internet about homeschooling. You could look for a year and never find everything. But the best information is going to come from someone who has been there, experienced the day-to-day struggles, and survived to tell about it.
I live in Georgia, and homeschooled four children here for over 14 years. I learned a lot during that time. Every state in the US has different rules governing the homeshool student, just like they have different school attendance rules. It’s important to follow the rules wherever you live. You don’t want the officials to think badly of homeschoolers because they had a bad experience with getting you to follow the prescribed guidelines.
But just as that is important, it’s also important to protect the homeschool experience for you and other homeschoolers by realizing that what you are doing is allowed and just as important as if you were sending your child to a public or private school. The homeschool is protected under Georgia law and needs to be respected in all the legal ways allowed by the local school system.