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v. home·schooled, home·school·ing, home·schools
To instruct (a pupil, for example) in an educational program outside of established schools, especially in a home.
To provide educational instruction in a homeschool.
A school operated outside established educational institutions, especially in a home.

home′school′er n.


(ˈhoʊmˌsku lɪŋ)
the practice of teaching one's own children at home instead of sending them to school.
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There are no consistencies in the regulations governing home school education across America.
The home school movement is arguing against mandates for them, or extra requirements for home schoolers.
The sad reality remains that MOE has succeeded in imposing a policy that compromises parental primacy and is an invasion of privacy, a policy that would not have come to fruition without the naive compliance of some home school leaders.
Will prevent the Department of Education from regulating home school activities.
A main objective is to create a partnership and to support and strengthen the local home school community and The Bahamas Home School Association.
They combined various home school registration lists provided by school districts, home school organizations, and networking groups and sent questionnaires to 6,064 families.
Veit in Sticna for the school year 2015/2016, which comprises the following tender areas - Lot 1: Immediate Elementary School with branch schools Muljava and Immediate,- Lot 2: Branch School Visnja Gora (organizational part of the home school - Immediate Elementary School)- Lot 3: Branch School Zagradec with branch schools Ambrus and Krka (organization are part of the home school - Immediate Elementary School)- Lot 4: entvid in Sticni (home school) with a branch school Temenica.
Movie stars Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, married in 1997, home school their two children along with Will's nephew.
This report presents data on home schooling in the state of Arkansas that covers: students withdrawn from home school; home school student count by county, district, and grade level; and home school enrollments by grade and gender.
In 1998, the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) worked with the Department of Defense to initiate a five-year pilot program that allowed a limited number of home-schooled recruits full access to the armed services.
The answer is that the state should grant broad latitude to parents who choose to home school their children.
The Christian right is now engaged in an effort to take over the home-school movement, which started years ago as an ad hoc and unstructured grass-roots movement and was, to some extent, unified and coordinated by the Home School Legal Defense Association, the brain-child of Michael Farris, a right-wing Christian from Virginia.