Here are some legal resources for parents who are new to homeschooling.
North Carolina Division of Non-Public Education (DNPE)
The NC DNPE has links to all the required forms for new those new to homeschooling, such as the Notice of Intent (to homeschool) and Attendance Records. Please note the wording of these documents and the use of the terms “Requirements” vs “Recommendations.” Be sure to review these guidelines carefully to ensure you are following all required state laws for your homeschool.
NCHE is a state wide support organization for home educators formed in 1984. NCHE operates on Biblical principles, and is welcoming of members of backgrounds. This organization also sponsors one the largest homeschool conferences in the Southeast each spring.
The HSLDA is a legal advocacy (non-profit) organization that exists to defend the constitutional rights of parents to direct the eduction of their children. HSLDA unites thousands of families to provide a strong voice when and where it may be needed.
HSLDA advocates on Capitol Hill by tracking federal legislation that affects home schooling and parental rights. HSLDA works to defeat or amend harmful bills, but also acts proactively, introducing legislation to protect and preserve family freedoms.
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