Understanding Wisconsin homeschool laws is the first step to legally homeschool in Wisconsin.
Today, I am linking up with Eva Varga for her “Homeschooling State-by-State” series. It’s about getting homeschool bloggers from all across the country to share their individual state’s laws and resources. This is such an awesome link-up because when you decide to homeschool, it is completely overwhelming. Today I am going to share with Wisconsin homeschool laws.
First off, what does it mean to homeschool? If you are participating in a virtual charter school, YOU ARE NOT A HOMESCHOOLER! At least in the eyes of Wisconsin law. From the Department of Public Instruction’s website “Virtual charter schools are public schools. If your child is enrolled in a virtual charter school, he/she is considered to be a public school student and you should not submit form PI-1206.” More on that form in a bit.