Washington State"s laws regulating home-based instruction
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Published by State Superintendent of Public Instruction in Olympia, WA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Home schooling -- Law and legislation -- Washington (State),
  • Educational law and legislation -- Washington (State)

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Edition Notes

Other titlesHome-based instruction., Washington State"s laws regulating home based instruction.
StatementTerry Bergeson ... [et al.].
ContributionsBergeson, Terry., Washington (State). Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The Physical Object
Pagination18, [20] p. :
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17598670M
OCLC/WorldCa46782545

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Washington State’s laws regulating home-based instruction, extension programs in approved private schools, and the part-time attendance in public schools of students receiving home-based instruction. In May , the Governor signed into a law chapter , Laws of , (SSB , the “Home-Based Instruction” Law). Washington State's Laws Regulating Home-Based Instruction. Washington Office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Olympia. This brochure is a response to numerous questions that have been directed to the Superintendent of Public Instruction's Office since the passage of Chapter , Laws of , (SSB , the "Home Based. The information below is derived from Washington State’s Laws Regulating Home-Based Instruction. BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE LAW 1. Parents qualify to teach their own children one of several ways: A. Supervised by a certificated teacher with contact a minimum of one hour per week B. The parent has earned 45 quarter college credits or its equivalent. Home-based instruction — Duties of parents — Exemptions from state learning goals, state learning standards, and high school assessments. 28A Home-based instruction — Certain decisions responsibility of parent unless otherwise specified. 28A Condensed compliance reports — Second-class districts.

rcw 28a Home-based instruction — Duties of parents — Exemptions from state learning goals, state learning standards, and high school assessments. (1) Each parent whose child is receiving home-based instruction under RCW 28A (4) shall have the duty to. by the home-based instruction laws. This information is not meant to be used for legal advice. If you need legal advice, please contact a lawyer or Home School Legal Defense Association. You can visit the Home School Legal Defense Association's website at or you can call them at Washington State Home-based. Washington state law recognizes the desire of some parents to seek a home-based instruction for their children. RCW 28A(1) states that each person whose child is receiving home-based instruction under RCW 28A(4) must file annually a signed declaration of intent that he or she is planning to cause his or her child to receive home-based instruction. The Home-Based Instruction law affects children 8 years old and older. Links below are to the online version of the Revised Code of Washington, to the sections applying to home-based instruction and compulsory education. As the text there is somewhat small, the relevant portions are here for your convenience.

Homeschooling in Washington Statewide: Washington State Home-Based Instruction Law TheHomeSchoolMom's local resource listings are sponsored by Time4Learning, where you can find resources, support groups, test prep info, and more. Homeschool Laws The Home-Based Instruction Law is also contained in the publication Washington State's Laws Regulating Home-Based Instruction (the "Pink Booklet") published by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Also see Knowledge is Power: Know Your Homeschool Law. Washington State’s Laws Regulating Home-Based Instruction. Also known as the Pink Book. Washington State’s laws regulating home-based instruction, extension programs in approved private schools, and the part-time attendance in public schools of . (Source: "State Regulation of Private Schools," Washington, by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Non-Public Education ().) LINKS TO HELPFUL SITES. Home-Based Instruction: Main; The Washington State Board of Education: Home Based Instruction ; Washington State's Laws Regulating Home-Based Instruction: The Page "Pink Book".