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Beginning Homeschooling
Getting Started Articles
Anna shares honest, refreshing words of encouragement with the mom who has made the decision to homeschool. 617 words with bio. More...
Why do so many homeschoolers co-op? Here's a look at the pros and cons regarding joining a co-op. More...
Deanne Crawford, homeschool mom and Rainbow Resource consultant, shares how incorporating unit studies into your homeschool is a valuable way to enhance learning and build family relationships. More...
The first question families considering homeschooling often ask is "how do I homeschool?" Before "how," they should consider "why." More...
This three-part series of articles, each about 1,200 words in length, shares practical ideas and encouragement for creating a home education experience where learning is a hands-on, multi-sensory, interactive adventure. More...

Christian homeschool state organizations conduct conferences to serve their state homeschool community. You will find plenty of encouragement, curriculum, and support whether you are just thinking about homeschooling or a seasoned veteran. Each state board represents hundreds of years of homeschooling experience. Check out these nationwide resources.
State Organizations
Christian homeschool state organizations are a vital resource to help families get started homeschooling. The homeschool organizations can provide state-specific beginning homeschool information and point families to local educational resources. In addition, state homeschool organizations work to protect the right to homeschool in their state. It is important for homeschool families to be in contact with their state homeschool organization.

Exposing a Trojan Horse now available on DVD. Contact your local state organization for details on how to get a copy of this DVD to share with your friends, family, law makers and acquaintances!
For the Media
Members of the media are encouraged to contact homeschoolers in their respective states. State homeschool organizations have identified experienced homeschool families who are very familiar with homeschooling in their state.

Contacts are prepared to provide the media with local homeschool information, state-specific statistics, information on current homeschool issues in each state and interview opportunities.