can you home school other children than your own in florida?

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can you home school other children than your own in florida?

Postby wrightno » Sun Apr 29, 2007 6:13 pm

HELLO ALL , I WAS IN THE FLORIDA HOMESCHOOLERS FORUM AND SOME SAY YOU CAN HOMESCHOOL OTHER CHILDREN THAN YOUR OWN,SOME SAID YOU CANT.DOES ANY ONE NO.I LOOKED AND LOOKED IN THE FLORID STATUES CANT FIND WHAT IM LOOKING FOR.
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Postby Theodore » Sun Apr 29, 2007 11:14 pm

According to Florida Statute 1002.41, parents may choose to hire a private tutor to educate their children. The law requires a tutor to hold a Florida certificate to teach the grades and subjects in which instruction is given.

According to Florida Statute 1003.23 (2), parents may also choose to register their children in a non-public school (parochial, religious, denominational or nontraditional private). So someone could theoretically start a non-public school according to the Florida regulations, and have you officially enroll your child in that. The results would be basically the same.


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