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    Hello,

    We have been homeschooling in Florida for the past 6 years. We just moved to Texas; what do I need to do?

    In Florida I had to submit a letter of intent the first year. Then at the end of each year I had to either submit testing or have my child do an evaluation with a certified teacher and show his portfolio to her. Then send the "passed/promoted" letter from the teacher to the school board. Then the school board would send me a letter saying they accept his promotion to the next grade.

    Now we are in Texas and I am not sure what to do. Can someone please tell me. And how is my child promoted to the next grade each year - does Texas do it the way Florida does?


    Thanks
    Suzanne

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    TX is a great state for homeschooling. You do not have to do the testing, portfolio... Here are links to help you.

    Texas Homeschool Coaliation <http://www.thsc.org/HomeTHSC.aspx?Id=HOME>

    Frequently Asked Questions about Homeschooling in Texas<http://www.homeedsa.com/Texas/FAQ.asp>


    Texas Education Agency <http://www.tea.state.tx.us/>
    Joyfully,
    Jackie

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