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New possible homeschooler mom and I was wondering how to annual assessment works? I have a teenager in the 10th grade. I saw somewhere that you can take it online but I wasn’t sure if that was allowed or even actually accredited. And if I need a certified teacher, where do you find one to administer the test?
My husband just got offered a job in CA, and if we move there I am trying to decide what homeschooling route to take: charter, or register as a private school. My son is 10, and about a grade behind in math and two grades behind in reading. He also may have dyslexia...we were planning on getting him tested right before my husband lost his job. The extra money available through a charter to spend on curriculum and supplies sounds nice, and I've heard from some California homeschoolers that the charter they use doesn't interfere at all with their homeschool choices UNLESS their child tests under grade level, which my child would. So, I'm wondering exactly what that interference would look like? Has anyone here worked through a charter in California and had their child test under grade level. What happened Does it make a difference if they have a learning disability ? Does that change how things are handled? If you don't like the interference can you just switch to the "register homeschool as a private school" option? If you were in my situation, which route would you take? (Coming from Texas where we have pretty much no help/no interference).