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here is currently a tidal wave of new homeschoolers due to the pandemic.

As school districts pivot to distance learning or unveil plans to return to classrooms with students and teachers wearing masks, confined to their classroom most of the day with social distancing guidelines, parents have started to look toward alternative education options. However, even those have become limited as home-based public schools (charters) will experience a lack of funding for any new students they may have admitted for this year.

But you don’t need to be held captive to your brick and mortar school’s plans. There are still options.

Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California has been supporting private Christian home education and homeschool families across the state for more than 35 years providing information and training to advance the Kingdom of Jesus Christ.

CHEA has assembled some of the best of their digital content all in one place to help parents navigate the laws, provide information and tips, and offer encouragement as they bring their children home for their education.

From webinar recordings to PDF downloads to resource-rich links, this is a one-stop-shop for parents who are feeling overwhelmed and a bit lost as they look to the coming school year.

The following links are a great place to start:

You can do this and CHEA can help!

 

By Katie Julius: 
Katie is a homeschool parent and writes for Homeschool 411 a service of CHEA of California (Christain Home Educators Association of California). For more information go to cheaofca.org

 

 

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