RESOURCES FOR HOMESCHOOLERS
Home School Legal Defense Association is a nonprofit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of parents to direct the education of their children and to protect family freedoms. Through annual memberships, HSLDA is tens of thousands of families united in service together, providing a strong voice when and where needed.
The Michigan Department of Education provides resources and information on non-public and home schools.
The Home Educators Resource Directory provides a one-stop destination for information, supplies, services and support for the homeschool community. Organized by local, national and global resources, local events calendars, special offers, newsletters, educational articles and homeschool support groups.
Homeschool World is the official site of Practical Homeschooling Magazine and features a homeschooling community, articles, news and on-line experts.
A Christian, non-profit organization dedicated to providing encouragement to families with children with special needs that are homeschooling.
Family Unschooler's Network provides support for unschooling, homeschooling, and self-directed learning including newsletter articles, reviews, resources, web sites, books and lots of other information.
Home School Fun! Online Magazine provides information to succeed in your homeschool. It is an online learning site with weekly lessons, daily learning activities, hands-on projects, daily writing ideas, unit studies, weekly challenges, reading suggestions, homeschool help, free newsletter, and a monthly online homeschool magazine.
Homeschooling Michigan is intended to be the center for homeschooling in Michigan. Their mission is to bring together support groups, resources and activities for the Michigan Homeschooler.
The goal of this site is to help parents have the confidence to provide an education that develops their child’s creativity, retains their originality, and nurtures their independence.
THE destination for help with integrating MeL into Michigan classrooms and curriculum.