Start with http://www.hslda.org/default.asp?bhcp=1... for information about homeschooling in your state.
At this age, because you are new to homeschooling I would suggest Bob Jones Academy of Home Education. http://www.bjupress.com/services/ahe/...
Join a good homeschool group.
you have no idea do you?i'd say send her to school and teach her about how to be safe at school.
Go to google or yahoo. Type in homeschooling in (your state). You should get several to choose from..once you have those then you can also contact your local school and tell them you are withdrawing your child from their system.Usually there are local chapters of home schooling parents and kids who meet on a regular basis to go over how to teach, what to teach and also give the kids someone to talk to besides their parents.
In wisconsin my son is going to IQ Academy, it's at home
and they provide you with a laptop for all school work
and a printer. All you have to pay for is shipping of your books. www.go2iq.com
they might even do other states i'm not sure.
my son is starting this year and he's in 10th grade.
I'd suggest seeing first of all if there's a free virtual public or charter school where you live. Try http://www.k12.com, doing searches for _virtual public school_ or _virtual charter school_ and your state. You might also contact a state or local homeschooling support group. They'll be able to tell you what's available where you live and you may be able to get in touch with people near you who are homeschooling kids the same age. Also, they'll be able to tell you about how to get a homeschool high school diploma without doing online learning.
you need to contact the state department of Education for the regulations on home schooling. Your local school district should be able to give you most of the guidance on what curricula should be included and what your child will need to graduate. Start with the deparment of education. All state education departments have websites that are fairly easy to navigate.
First, make sure you know the laws of your state by going to hslda.org. I have found that the public schools do not always know what the laws are for their own state in regards to homeschooling, and will often give inaccurate info or require parents to do things that they really do not have to do. Second, there are many types of good college prep curriculum. You can buy some of it used. Additionally, the library and the internet have a lot of useful tools. A good website to start out at is http://homeschooling.gomilpitas.com/... . You might want to add to your question, and tell us what state you are in so we can be more helpful.
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