Report card on homeschooling

Report card on Alabama homeschooling

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Using an article from the Washington County News, Lisa Dyess of Millry, in a recent Letter to the Editor to The South Alabmaian, quoted David Davis, Washington County Board of Education Truancy Officer: “The main problem we face comes with parents telling us their children are being homeschooled and yet they are not in school receiving an education. These cases have been neglected in the past and I am going to make sure that they start receiving attention.” Dyess made the point (accurately) that Alabama has two ways parents can legally homeschool: tutoring by a certified teacher or parent(s) teaching under the umbrella of a church related school. Read more…

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