Could I hire someone to homeschool my child for me?

She NEEDS to get out of public school.She hates it.We want to home school her but I work nine to five.Could I hire someone to homeschool her for me?

Asked By: liv2sing4ever - 9/28/2009
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What grade she is in? Their is a Penn Foster, you can get your high school dipolma at home... More
Answered By: Sandy - 9/28/2009
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That depends on the laws where you live. Assuming you live in the US, the laws are set by each state. Some states allow it and others do not.
Answered By: sha_lyn68 - 9/28/2009
texas allows it
Answered By: G - 9/28/2009
You can still home school her. I worked the midnight shift when I home schooled my son. It is a challenge but well worth it.
Answered By: missmara42 - 9/28/2009
look for a homeschooling center around you. I know they have that for Christian families. They have one mom who homeschools their own kids and then takes on other kids of similar age for a fraction of the cost of schooling. Gooogle it :)
Answered By: tiggynsuse - 9/28/2009
If she is mature and responsible, you don't need to hire somebody, depending on her age of course. You simply need to give her the appropriate tools to get to work and advance her own education. Research these sites to prepare yourself for what is out there so that she can complete her first 12 years and continue on... More
Answered By: JPL - 9/28/2009
Technically, that would be hiring someone to tutor her... More
Answered By: SlimJim - 9/28/2009
Depends on where you live. In Florida, the law allows it as long as the parents "direct" the education. Some states won't allow it, but will allow you to do the homeschooling outside of standard school hours with a babysitter during the day... More
Answered By: hsfromthestart - 9/28/2009
Whether or not it's legal depends on where you live, and if it is legal it will probably be very expensive. You really need to check your local laws and look into other possibilities if you can't homeschool but don't want to leave her in the public schools either.
Answered By: Shiori_hime - 9/29/2009
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