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Old 06-27-2019, 06:07 PM   #10
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Default Re: Keeping records

Mine are going into 10th and 8th this year and we have been homeschooling since the beginning. I have only kept whatever was special to them. Our state doesn't have any requirements and when dd was thinking about attending a charter school last year they only asked for standardized test scores and or a report card. Since we don't do grades I just gave a course list with short descriptions and they said that was fine.

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I think if anything were to happen they could easily be tested and that would show that they have been educated. I did save the previous years math and language workbooks for a while when they were first starting just so I would have something to show, but I have gotten rid of those since then.
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