From IAHE Board Member, Penny Taylor: I’m sure you’ve notice that there are certainly a bunch of homeschooling resources out there! How do you know where to begin? I’ve been a homeschooling mom for 27 years and I’ve got a few suggestions for you to consider. Reading books about homeschooling can help you solidify greatly […]
The first place the IAHE recommends for Indiana families with Struggling Learners is a visit toJoyQuest, the ministry of Ron and Vicky Broadfield. JoyQuest offers faith-based support to families with special needs children and struggling learners with a focus on the educational challenges. Parents have a God-given responsibility to train and instruct their children. While parenting itself has […]
Have you seen advertisements for free accredited “homeschooling” programs? IAHE defines homeschooling as home-based, parent-directed, privately-funded education. Watch the trailer below to understand a bit about our concerns. Contact your IAHE Region Representative if you’d like to see the entire video.
Since many Indiana home educators teach their students to drive, here is helpful information regarding the process:* Indiana BMV Learner’s Permit information: You must be 16 to get your learner’s permit in Indiana, if you are not enrolled in a paid driver’s ed class endorsed by the State. Link below provides you with a list […]
IAHE has heard that some tax forms are asking for additional information requesting delineation between private schools and homeschools. If you hear of a problem such as the DOE investigating those not registered or an attempt to limit the deduction to only those who are registered, please contact IAHE. According to our mission at the […]