From a recent article in the New Hampshire News:
It’s back to school week. And for about 2 to 3 percent of New Hampshire students, learning will begin or continue in the home.


Two laws that went into effect this summer give families who home-school a lot more independence than they’ve had in the past.


The first new law says parents who home-school only have to notify their districts once —and not year after year.
The second — which passed without the governor’s signature — says parents can evaluate their children’s academic progress in private.
Please share - Have these recent changes affected how you homeschool your kids?