Annual Evaluation – Florida Homeschooling – You must file an annual evalution, which is due on the anniversary of the date on your Notice of Intent. Some school districts may send out a letter requesting (or demanding) that you submit your evaluation by a date they provide, but you are under no obligation to do so. Nor do you need to request an extension of time.
Florida Homeschool Evaluators – iamhomeschooling.com – Florida Homeschool Evaluators and Test Administrators Below is an alphabetical list of homeschool evaluators throughout Florida. Choosing an evaluator is a personal decision and we encourage you to shop around and ask other homeschoolers in your area who they recommend.
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FAQs on Evaluations | Pennsylvania Home Educators Association – One such evaluator who does evaluations in all parts of the state assured me that no family she has evaluated has ever been questioned about this practice. She said it would be impossible for her to evaluate all the students she does if she had to wait until families had completed the necessary days or hours.
How to Choose an Evaluator – PA Homeschool Law – Although pennsylvania homeschool law still has more requirements than other states, the evaluation shouldn’t be a burden. An evaluator should feel privileged to provide this service to your family and should never intimidate or be condescending.
Homeschool Laws in Your State – HSLDA – States requiring no notice: No state requirement for parents to initiate any contact. States with low regulation: State requires parents to send notification. States with moderate regulation: state requires parents to send notification, test scores, and/or professional evaluation of student progress.
New York State Homeschool Laws | Time4Learning – Although New York does not make keeping a portfolio one of the requirements for homeschooling, you may discover that you appreciate having a physical example of your child’s homeschool progress. To find out more about homeschool portfolios and what you might want to include in them, visit our homeschool portfolio evaluations page.
Florida Homeschool Requirements | fpea.com – THE LEGAL DEFINITION OF HOMESCHOOLING: Home education, as defined by Florida law, is "sequentially progressive instruction of a student directed by his or her parent or guardian in order to satisfy the requirements of Statute 1003.21 and 1002.41." The law is broad, giving parents quite a bit of freedom to direct their child’s education.