"WAIT! DON'T GO AWAY IF YOU LIVE OUTSIDE OREGON! READ ON. Ann has put together a first class resource guide for the state and you shouldn't miss it if you live there. Absolutely everything you need to know about homeschooling regulations and how to deal with them. Resource guides abound and many are just lists; many are copycat books, this book is special. Ann starts off with a Homeschool Emergency Kit which says RELAX on the first page, and that is just what you should do.
Whether or not you live in Oregon there is a wealth of information about "how to" do it the best way for your family. Common-sense answers to common questions and concerns, resources listed by subject, a special chapter for students with special needs. Each chapter begins with helpful commentary. A great resource for those new to homeschooling and the resources will be a boon to those who have been teaching at home for a while." -- -- Jean Reed, HOME SCHOOL SOURCE BOOK.
From the Publisher
One of Oregon's pioneer homeschooling parents, Lahrson-Fisher has written a one-of-a-kind Handbook. The 1998 Edition is a valuable resource for ALL educators, regardless of method or approach. Lahrson-Fisher, a former classroom teacher, has written the book that she unsuccessfully sought as a beginning homeschool parent herself -- a handy, complete resource, all under one cover, that was written in a casual and friendly style.