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Organizations and Associations we know to promote
Christian Homeschooling are indicated using this icthus:

Alliance for Parental Involvement in Education
ALLPIE is a nonprofit organization which assists and encourages parental involvement in education, wherever that education takes place: in public school, in private school, or at home.

Catholic Home School Network of America. CHSNA acts on behalf of Catholics who want to freely exercise their God-given rights as primary educators of their children at home. Has a quarterly newsletter, "The Domestic Church", represent your interests with diocesan officials and church and/or church-related organizations and more. Annual fee is $15.00.

Home Educator's Network, Inc. This non-profit organization provides educational support for parents, students, and educators. Program covers from zero months to grade 12. Also features second chance programs for learning disabled, pre-mature motherhood and persons whose education has been interrupted by illness or accident or some other unforeseen occurrence.

Homeschoolers' Organizations List
A guide to finding local, regional and national groups.

Home School Legal Defense Association
A non-profit 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.

National Foundation for Gifted and Creative Children
The National Foundation for Gifted and Creative Children was formed over 30 years ago. The main goal of The Foundation was to get much needed information to the parents of gifted children. The National Foundation for Gifted and Creative Children is a non-profit, non-sectarian, organization.

National Homeschool Association
The National Homeschool Association exists to advocate individual choice and freedom in education, to serve those families who choose to homeschool, and to inform the general public about home education.

National Private Schools Association Group
We at NPSAG, believe that our Accreditation Alliance provides a Quick, Easy and Affordable route to Private School Accreditation without jumping through endless hoops. We seek to preserve the uniqueness of the Individual Private School and its Educational Program and promote the notion of Voluntary Participation in the Accreditation Process, which publicly demonstrates the Private Schools commitment to the Educational Profession, through an independent third party, without Government interference.

Native American Homeschool Association Web Site
We lose our culture a little at a time through forced policies of assimilation and cultural genocide. More and more we see families of the Christian right withdrawing their Children from public schools to instill within their children not only a desire to learn to learn, but also to instill within their children a sense of their own values. As parents, communities, tribes, and Nations of the original people of this continent, and also the original homeschoolers of this land, we can learn a lot from the political structures and advances of the Christian homeschooling movement.

N.H.E.R.I.
The mission of NHERI is three-fold; 1) to produce high-quality research on home education, 2) to serve as a clearinghouse of research for home educators, researchers, policy makers, and the media and 3) to educate the public concerning the findings of all such research. N.H.E.R.I. was founded by Dr. Brian Ray, who has been the editor of the journal Home School Researcher since 1985.



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