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It actually varies from state to state. In some states there are rules as to how long the class is required to last each day. In Florida, I know of parents that have full time jobs, but homeschool in the evenings. They work 7am to 3pm, then begin schooling at 4. I know of other parents who do schooling early in the day and then work evening or midnight jobs.

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Q: Does the parent or guardian have to be home all day in order for the child to be homeschooled or can they do it after work?
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