by Christina Yeager
Homeschooling is certainly an amazing way to spend more time with your children while offering them an excellent yet tailored education. Moreover, homeschooling is often preferred for character training and learning subjects unavailable in a public school. If you’re looking forward to homeschooling your child in Missouri, this post might be the most useful information you’ll be reading today.
Each state is the U.S. has a very specific set of regulations for homeschooling. If you are thinking about teaching your child at home, you'll need to know the ins and outs of what needs to be done beforehand and during. In this series, Homeschooling Regulations by State, we'll explore information to help with the decision, what to do to get started and what to do correctly to continue.
The regulations, laws and suggestions in this post may not reflect the needs for your particular situation. Not all apply to each individual family. To learn more about the laws and regulations in this state on homeschooling, click the link at the end of the post! This will direct you to the states’ Board of Education or government education site.
Certain rules and regulations should be followed in order to ensure you’re homeschooling properly and each state has its own set of laws. Make sure to abide by the following laws and guidelines when planning to homeschool your child in Missouri.
Re-enrolling Into Public School After Homeschooling?
If by any chance, you decide not to continue homeschooling your child, you can enroll him/her back into public school. In Missouri, the rules and regulations for enrolling your child back in public school vary by the individual schools and districts. After determining the child’s academic process against the desired grade, admission will be granted after certain protocols – probably a short assessment.
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