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Group Services Online Publications Request Form

To request HSLDA publications for your discount group, fill out and submit the form below.

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Getting Started
  1. You Can Homeschool Brochure
    Our 12-page brochure complements our DVD but can be given out separately. (Maximum of 100 please).
  2. HSLDA Applications
    We’ll send you as many as you want!
  3. The Best Kind of Socialization Currently unavailable, check back soon
    An article by Mike Smith on Socialization in brochure format.
  4. Home School Foundation
    Introduction to the Home School Foundation. Through the generosity of many, the Foundation has been able to offer encouragement and practical assistance to thousands of needy homeschoolers.
High School
  1. You Can Homeschool Thru Highschool Currently unavailable, check back soon
    Offers encouragement, basic resources and general information for those considering homeschooling through the high school years.
  2. A Guide for Homeschooling Through High School
    This in-depth booklet covers all aspects of homeschooling your teen, from planning and record keeping to preparing for post–high school options like college and employment. Includes checklists and sample forms.
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  3. Generation Joshua
    This brochure introduces you to Generation Joshua. Includes information on GenJ Clubs, Student Action Teams, Online Civics Courses, Voter Registration and the Benjamin Rush Awards Program. Application in the back.
Early Years
  1. You Can Homeschool thru Preschool
    You Can Homeschool Through Preschool explains why only parents have the knowledge and flexibility to shape their child’s preschool experience to his natural aptitudes. (Maximum of 25 please).
    View online >> (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Struggling Learners
  1. Homeschooling a Struggling Learner
    This booklet is a starting place for information and resources on homeschooling a child with special needs or a struggling learner.
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Research
  1. Homeschooling Grows Up
    HSLDA’s synopsis of a study on adults who were homeschooled, conducted by Dr. Brian D. Ray. (Maximum of 10 please).
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  2. Progress Report 2009: Homeschool Academic Achievement and Demographics
    The latest homeschool academic achievement study finds that, on average, homeschoolers scored significantly higher than their public school counterparts on standardized achievement tests. (Maximum of 10 please).
    View online >>
Comments/Questions

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