Alessandra Posted August 20, 2012 Share Posted August 20, 2012 (edited) I've always heard NJ is great for homeschooling. I looked at the NJ DOE FAQs, which seems to bear this out. http://www.state.nj.us/education/gen...homeschool.htm But I also found this older (1997) doc from the State which has a much stricter interpretation of what info parents must provide. (Mentions potential grounds for disorderly conduct arrest if compulsory schooling standards are not met.) http://www.oocities.org/heartland/prairie/4195/home_school_nj_booklet.htm.tmp I am wondering why the difference, as I am not aware of big changes law/regulations. Why would one document say parents are advised to provide quite a lot of info, while the other document doesn't? Any and all advice/opinions welcome! (I don't need to know your specific town/area obviously -- I'm looking for general info on how NJ law has been interpreted -- the good, the bad and the ugly.) Please feel free to pm me if you prefer not to share on the board. ETA Second link changed so that it works Edited August 21, 2012 by Alessandra Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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