Due to gangs in the school I'm homeschooling my 8th grade son rest of year and have ?
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    Question Due to gangs in the school I'm homeschooling my 8th grade son rest of year and have ?

    If a child in Oklahoma is in home school and in the 8th grade are they required to take the CRT and EOI tests like the students in public school do?

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    Hi there, and welcome. According to the Oklahoma homeschool laws I found, there are NO standardized testing requirements for homeschoolers.
    Katie
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    If a child in Oklahoma is in home school and in the 8th grade are they required to take the CRT and EOI tests like the students in public school do?
    They are not requied to take the testing, but they are allowed to. I think you can contact your local school to sign up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crowebird1 View Post
    They are not requied to take the testing, but they are allowed to. I think you can contact your local school to sign up.
    Thanks so much for chiming in!
    Katie
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    Quote Originally Posted by crowebird1 View Post
    They are not requied to take the testing, but they are allowed to. I think you can contact your local school to sign up.
    Thanks so much for chiming in!
    Katie
    Coffee drinker, gadget addict, proud geek.
    Accidentally homeschooling since 2005!



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