So many parents in North Carolina are now choosing to homeschool that the state site for opening a homeschool was unable to process any more requests earlier this month. [Fortunately, things seem to be working again]. According to Governor Cooper’s recent announcement, public school will be very different this year, meeting only a couple of days a week and with plenty of safety precautions. Parents are concerned about safety and continuing to try to manage their student’s public school assignments at home. If they are going to be at home most of the time anyway, why not take ownership of your children’s education?
If you are considering homeschooling, be sure to download our free resource, Top 10 Questions Parents Ask Before Choosing to Homeschool. This will provide some answers and resources to your biggest questions about home education.
If you are choosing to homeschool and wondering how to get started, we can help. We are offering a free webinar next Thursday, July 23 at 2pm called Le’ts Get Started: How to Begin Homeschooling in NC.
[*Note: You can now sign up to view the recording of this webinar for free.]
Two experienced homeschool moms that are on the North Carolinians for Home Education board will be answering the most important questions about getting started. Then at the end, they will also answer your questions! Some of the questions they will be answering:
- Am I qualified to teach my children?
- What are the legal requirements in NC?
- How do I select curriculum?
- Where can I find support and resources in NC?
- What about socialization?
- How do I open my homeschool in NC?
- and more . . .
North Carolinians for Home Education (NCHE) is here to help you homeschool with confidence and joy! Go ahead and join NCHE today so that you will receive our weekly emails, magazine, and other fantastic educational and community opportunities.
This is an overwhelming decision for many, but let me assure you that you have the ability and resources to homeschool your children. We are here to help you do it. Please be sure to share these free resources with your friends as well.
– Matthew McDill, June 17, 2020