Homeschools

Two districts call homeschool partnerships a “win-win”

• Part-time enrollment of homeschool students allows schools to get extra funding, creating a win-win situation for schools and families
• Districts believe they have a responsibility to do what they can for homeschool students in their districts

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Molly Osborne is the Director of Policy and Engagement for EducationNC and the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research. Molly grew up in Essex, Massachusetts and attended the local public elementary, middle, and high school. She graduated from the University of Virginia in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in economics and global development.… Read full bio »

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One response to “Two districts call homeschool partnerships a “win-win””

  1. dangerousone2 says:

    Boys need not apply. Only girls.

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