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Will your school counselor give his approval to allow you to be homeschooled if you are failing a subject?

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2005-04-07 05:07:40
2005-04-07 05:07:40

I don't know what the laws are in the state you live in...are you sure that you need your school counselor's permission? I have never heard that before! Where I live (Indiana) it's just the parent's decision; the school or anyone there, has absolutely nothing to do with it. If they did, I doubt they would want/allow very many to homeschool as public schools get money for each student they have in their school, so most public schools, teachers, etc. are against homeschooling!

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