Military families are successfully homeschooling all over the world. Come on in and find support and information on combining these two special lifestyles.
Starting a Homeschool Co-Operative Overseas
Includes tips and ideas for starting a formal co-operative learning environment for the special situation of overseas living.
Department of Defense Education Activity Home Schooling Policy Memorandum
It is the policy of the DoDEA to neither encourage nor discourage DoD sponsors from home schooling their minor dependents. DoDEA recognizes that home schooling is a sponsor's right and can be a legitimate alternative form of education for the sponsor's dependents. Contains the entire text of the memo, dated November 6, 2002.
Called to Serve: Home Schooling Families in the Military
A special report from the Home School Court Report. Features information and articles on homeschooling in the military, how home school graduates can enter the military, and more.
Military Home Schooling Overseas
An HSLDA Special Report on military homeschooling in an overseas environment. As home schooling becomes more popular across America, more and more military and Department of Defense (DoD) civilian families are turning to this educational alternative. This article details some of the advantages and challenges of homeschooling while away from home.
Resources for Military Homeschooling Families
The Military Homeschooler
Serving American military homeschoolers around the world. This is a fantastic resource for military families who chose to homeschool. Includes information on overseas homeschooling, family support organizations, military homeschool support, and more.
Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA)
The Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) is a civilian agency of the U.S. Department of Defense. DoDEA's schools serve the children of military service members and Department of Defense civilian employees throughout the world.
Support for Military Homeschoolers
Gulf Coast Christian Home Educators Association (GCCHEA)
Gulf Coast Christian Home Educators Association (GCCHEA) is a local homeschooler’s support group. It is run by volunteers and has cell groups of families grouped together either by location or by similar interests. GCCHEA hosts many and varied activities throughout the year for its members. Some of the activities in the past include Science Fairs, Art Fairs, Safety Day, Spelling Bees, Civil War Days, park days, Pilgrims’ Feast and Festival, Christmas Caroling and crafts, plus many others. There are also many exciting field trips both in and out-of-town. This is a large group of over 150 families from areas including Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton Counties, as well as military families living on the local military bases of Eglin, Hulbert, and Duke Field.
Military Homeschoolers Forum at vegsource.com
Connect with other military homeschooling families at this vegsource.com message board.
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Florida History from the Highways
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Hands on unit studies on a variety of subjects, including science, life skills, arts and crafts, and animals and insects. Also offers free mini units available for download.
The Exhausted School: Bending the Bars of Traditional Education
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