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Many parents of children with disabilities choose to homeschool their children. The informative websites below are geared for parents and others who are interested in homeschooling.

 

[Editor’s note: this page does not include educational resources for children, which is beyond the scope of this website. For good Internet resources for children, check sites like The Internet Public Library Youth Division’s Teachers & Parents’ Corner, or your own public library’s homepage.]

 

Home School Legal Defense Association (HSDLA)
HSLDA is an advocacy group that supports the constitutional right of parents and others legally responsible for their children to direct their education. Its website is filled with information and resources from a religious perspective.
 

Homeschool World
This commercial site (the home of Practical Homeschooling magazine) includes many articles, an excellent state directory of homeschooling organizations, an “expert” section featuring homeschooling parents who have been there, events, and an online forum.
 

Jon’s Homeschool Resource Page
Jon Schemitz’s personal website is packed with information and links to resources about homeschooling. Included are FAQs, essays, discussion and support groups, websites, vendors, offline resources, and other “stuff.” We recommend using the table of contents for easiest navigation.
 

National Home Education Network
This organization assists state and local homeschooling groups and individuals. Look here for good information about homeschooling support groups, new homeschoolers, military homeschoolers, high school and beyond, legislation, events, and news.
 

National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI)
NHERI produces statistics, research, and technical reports on home education, and serves as a clearinghouse of research for home educators, researchers, and policy makers.
 

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