How To Budget For Homeschool

About 2.3 million U.S children are now homeschooled. According to the Home School Legal Defense Association, the percentage of homeschoolers increased exponentially during the pandemic, jumping from 3.3% in 2017 to 19.5% by May 2021. In addition to prior motivations, including religion, finances, and curriculum flexibilities, now school closures and concerns over health and safety have increased the homeschool population.

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4 thoughts on “How To Budget For Homeschool”

  1. As one who taught for over twenty years, which includes public school, after school programs, supplemental programming, coaching, and summer camps, I want to share a simple concept. It doesn’t cost much to learn. Math (Not the new stuff), Reading (Library is a great source.), and Arithmetic, ensuring the kids/teens can do their multiplications tables fast and in their heads (also add and subtract). With regards to real science and history, work together on obtaining quality information, discussing, and learning together, then run science projects that are safe but interesting. In all this, start a small business, something out of the garage, to learn economic principles. The rest you can make up as you go, discuss, wonder. All the best.

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