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Florida Homeschooling

Anyone new to homeschooling has questions. To help you navigate through the vast amounts of information about homeschooling, we've compiled the best resources, support, information, and ideas to help you make your decision to homeschool and to successfully home educate your children. Florida is full of resources that can help make homeschooling fun and enjoyable for every member of your family. Here are some common questions:

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101 Financial Lessons
A free ezine offered via email to help educators and homeschoolers make teaching finances easy and fun. Each weekly lesson introduces a new financial concept. Includes lessons, activities, and more.
How Can I Homeschool If I Can't Even Keep My House Clean?
Susan Franklin
Susan Franklin reveals some basic concepts that empowered her to create an organized home and homeschool. She talks about how doing housework first thing in the morning, paying attention to small details, scheduling, and regular habits help create order and cleanliness. Includes her top ten tips for others with messy tendencies.
College Admissions and the Homeschooling Challenge
One of the key terms in American higher education today is seamlessness—the ability of students to move into and through the postsecondary system with a minimal amount of disruption. At the same time, the number of paths into that system are increasing, and some of the less-traveled paths are growing in popularity, especially homeschooling. The convergence of these phenomena provides tremendous opportunities for innovation and reform, but also significant potential for conflict. Nowhere is this clearer than in the area of admissions policy for applicants from non-public, non-traditional schools. As a growing number of students and their families choose alternative secondary school settings, college and university administrators—as well as policymakers and courts—are facing difficult questions about the degree to which higher education institutions are prepared to account for these students in their admissions processes.

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