There are several homeschooling groups in the Houston area. Do a search for "homeschool Houston" and connect with the folks in the group - they can get your info out to their members.
As for nationally, your best bet is to develop a website and market yourself that way.
Put an add in your local news paper.
First, I would contact some local Homeschool support group leaders, be honest, don't pretend to be a homeschooler, but ask if you could sit in on some of their meetings to get to know some homeschoolers. Your teaching degree does prepare you for the actual teaching of the subjects, but homeschooling generally operates quite differently from school, and getting to know some homeschoolers personally would be the best way to get an idea of those differences.
The best way to advertise would also probably be through these local groups. They often look for guest speakers to come and tell about their services. They also often have newsletters for their groups and might be willing to put notices of your services in.
The Internet would also be a good place. I am not that familiar with web pages, but if you can have a web page made so that people find it when they Google "Homeschool Houston Texas", you will be surprised how many people you'll reach.
The last thing I would tell you is that you are likely to get the most business by offering to teach the hard subjects like Math (Algebra and up), and Physics. Most homeschoolers feel quite confident with teaching up until grades 7 or eight, and then many question their ability to teach the material. (Personally, I don't have a problem with the hard material, I just study ahead of my oldest child so I will be able to teach it).
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