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Old 01-05-2006, 10:07 PM - Thread Starter
 
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When you enroll in an online accredited school, does your child fulfill state testing requirements through the online school, or must your child still attend a state facility testing date?

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When you enroll in an online accredited school, does your child fulfill state testing requirements through the online school, or must your child still attend a state facility testing date?
I don't know for a fact, but I think that would be different in each state. In California there [i]aren't[i] any testing requirements, but Clonlara or Oak Meadow can serve as your school of attendance under the law because of the fact that they've registered in CA as private schools and maintains some kind of offices. It seems to me that if your state accepts them as private school, and you're enrolled in them as students, then you wouldn't even be considered "homeschoolers," so you would fall under the same requirements as private school students instead. But again, I'm just theorizing! The states are all so different...
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