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Credit may not be given for work done at home

Discussion in 'Employment and Students' started by joeclark, Aug 22, 2017.

  1. joeclark

    joeclark Junior Member

    However, there are also stories of disappointment, where students who would typically have been in 10th grade or later were required to retake lower grade courses at public school after having learned the material at home. In Virginia, for example, many homeschool advocates advise if at all possible, if you believe your child will attend high school, to try to enroll by 9th grade. That’s because not all high schools award credit for work done at home, and they may not allow your child to “test out” of courses. State law in Virginia requires schools to consider work done at home, but because of the emphasis on learning standards, end-of-grade tests, and accreditation, public schools are not required to accept credit transferred from homeschooling

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    References: https://www.thehomeschoolmom.com/going-homeschooling-public-school/

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