The Home-Based Instruction Law is contained in the publication Washington State’s Laws Regulating Home-Based Instruction (the “Pink Booklet“) published by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
What to know about our law and the protections it provides.
Below is a collection of related articles that are helpful in understanding Homeschool Law and its history.
Alternative Ed vs Homeschooling
Some public school Alternative Learning Experience programs (ALE’s) have the word “homeschool” in their title. How do I know if I’m homeschooling, or in a...Read More
Our state law and your tax dollars guarantee part-time enrollment privileges for your homeschooled student in public school. This includes part-time enrollment in Public School...Read More
Public Schools Marketing
There are requirements in Washington, in the statute Substitute House Bill 1110, that address the district’s obligation to inform public school parents about program offerings.Read More
Virtual Online Schools
Public School Alternative Learning Experience Programs, virtual and online schools have aimed and set their sights on homeschoolers.Read More