National Home Education Network - The National Home Education Network exists to encourage and facilitate the vital grassroots work of state and local homeschooling organizations and individuals by providing information, fostering networking and promoting public relations on a national level. Because we believe there is strength in a diverse network of homeschoolers, we support the freedom of all individual families to choose home education and to direct such education.
American Center For Law & Justice - Through our work in the courts and the legislative arena, the ACLJ is dedicated to protecting your religious and constitutional freedoms.
Starting/Running Support Groups - Support groups are run by and for its members to provide mutual aid or support in dealing with issues and concerns. These groups are unique in that they may be started by anyone regardless of training, experience, or credentials.
Starting A Support Group - There are about as many types of groups as there are homeschoolers; it would be impossible to describe each. By looking at variety of established groups in Oklahoma, you may find some ideas you would like to adopt. You can read about them, learn about the way they operate, and begin to form your own opinion about what would work for you, taking ideas from the best and leaving the rest.
- Home education support groups - There are all kinds of support groups. If you're starting one, you can decide what type you want. Some people like small gatherings for the parents to chat and the children to play; this could be appropriate if you have toddlers or young children. You could meet in a home with plenty of toys, or - if there is lots of interest - somewhere like a church hall.
Comprehensive List Of Support Groups By State - The following Support Groups are to be used as resources for continuing one?s Home Schooling career. If you have any further questions about these or other Home Schooling Support Groups, feel free to contact HomeSchooling.com