Homeschooling in All 50 States
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to homeschool in another state? Maybe you’ve moved from one state to another and have had to figure out the differences. If so, we’d love to hear from you! My friend Laurie from livingtheunexpectedlife.com has a wonderful resource which covers (almost) every state in the US. If you see an opening, and have knowledge about homeschooling in that particular state, let her know!
Homeschooling in the Sunshine State
Of course, I covered our Sunshine State. If you’re just learning how to homeschool in Florida, you’ll want to start here and then check out my post is here. I have many friends all over the country, and the differences in homeschooling laws is incredible! Would you rather live in a state that literally requires nothing, or a state that holds you accountable to the point of reviewing lesson plans?
What About Travel?
When I ran my umbrella school, I had a few families that traveled internationally. They made their home-base here in Florida, and continued to teach their kids abroad. I know a few families who travel within the US, some of them learning as the RV across the country. My friend Lisa is gearing up to do just that! You can follow her family here.
One thing is true: we are very fortunate to have options available to us as homeschoolers. I wouldn’t want it any other way!
Let us know your experience in the comments! Would you like to school in an RV? Have you moved from one US state to another? Where would you love to homeschool if you could?