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HomeSchool Info


Many times, home schooling a deaf or hard of hearing child can present special challenges. We hope these links will be helpful.

Another Path: Homeschooling Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children - A comprehensive guide to homeschooling your deaf or hard of hearing child: Another Path currently contains over 200 pages of resources to guide you through any homeschool project from buying curriculum to making animated films.

Beginning Homeschooling by The Eclectic Homeschool

DeafChristianHomeschool - Discussion list. 

Deafhomeschool - Discussion list.

Departments--Eclectic Homeschool

Eclectic Homeschool Language Arts Department

Family Education Network - Information service has education news and issues, including homeschooling and special needs, along with forums, activities and parenting advice.

Home School Legal Defense Association

HomeSchool Mag

Homeschooling Special Needs: Deafness - Another page with links to helpful resources.

NATional cHallenged Homeschoolers Associated Network (NATHHAN)

Redwood Games HomeSchool Info - I like Redwood Game's games. I was quite surprised to find a page on their website supporting home schooling. This site doesn't have info about deaf/hoh children, but it's still a good resource.

The Teacher's Corner - Lots of worksheets and lesson plans!

Did you know?
  • In many states home schools are considered private educational placements so some IDEA services may still be available from the local school district?

U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals

Affirming a judgment of the district court in part, the court of appeals held that under the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), states have discretion in determining whether lawful home education constitutes an IDEA-qualified "private school."


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