The homeschooling community has always supported families who are new to the journey, and never more so since the first lockdown started in South Africa in March 2020. There is a major difference between considering home education, researching various options and starting at leisure, and being forced to home educate while family incomes and health are at stake. This article gives a voice to the unique experience of parents who had...
Home educators fiercely oppose the Policy on Home Education (PHE), published in 2018, and the Basic Education Law Amendment (BELA) Bill that is currently being considered. It is assumed that national government is the driving force behind curbing of rights and freedoms of home educators. Closer inspection however reveals other driving forces. It started in the Western Cape The initiative to clamp down on home educators did not come from the...
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Research on Home Education
Research on home education consistently proves that home learners+ View
Homeschooling and the law
Home schooling was recognized in 1996 in the SA Schools Act.+ View
History of homeschooling in SA
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Learning centre overview
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Homeschool Family blogs
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