Parents just coming out of public school or those who are dealing with special circumstances sometimes ask us if they can have someone else homeschool their children or hire a “homeschool teacher” for that purpose. The short answer is “maybe.” By...
Oregon homeschool law requires that parents submit a letter of intent to homeschool to their Educational Service District (ESD). Many ESDs offer parents an online form and ask them to submit their intent with that instead of with a paper, mailed letter. OCEANetwork...
Families in Oregon enjoy substantial freedom and flexibility to homeschool their children, which OCEANetwork works year-round to protect and expand. However, homeschool laws in our state do include some requirements. One requirement is for homeschool students to...
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