Does your State Pay for Homeschooling Curriculum?

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We’ve gathered some good information for you!

We had our team do a bit of research, and below you will find details about whether or not your state will provide funding for homeschoolers to buy our curriculum. Please note that this information is ever-changing  as states implement new policies/programs. If you know of any other options not listed here, or if you would like to provide any corrections, please let us know by emailing us at info@PaolaBrown.com.  Thanks!

 
  • Does not directly provide funds to parents to homeschool but there are funds available through charter schools.  The amount and allowable usage is determined by each school independently. 

    https://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/ps/homeschool.asp

Has scholarship funds for special needs and low income children.

https://www.stepupforstudents.org/research-and-reports/basic-program-facts/

 

GEORGIA 

Might provide access to curriculum materials through Tech Trep Academy: 

https://id.techtrepacademy.com/how-it-works-2/ 



Provides a tax credit of 25% up to $2,000 per child for educational expenses for homeschoolers.

https://homeschooliowa.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Tuition-Textbook-Tax-Credit-Administrative-Rules-Filed-03-09-22.pdf

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers. 

http://www.maine.gov/doe/schools/schoolops/homeinstruction

Home school families are responsible for purchasing the textbooks and instructional

materials of their choice.  There are no public funds available for home schooling. 

https://www.michigan.gov/documents/home_schools_122555_7.pdf



Does not provide funding for homeschoolers. 

https://www.mhea.net/mississippi-law

Does not provide funds for homeschoolers.

https://www.mo.gov/education/k-12/

Had an emergency funding for Covid 19, but does not normally provide funds for homeschoolers. 

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers. 

https://www.education.ne.gov/fos/exempt-schools/



Does not provide funding for homeschoolers. 

https://doe.nv.gov/Homeschooling/

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers.

https://www.education.nh.gov/pathways-education/home-education

 

 

 

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers.

 

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers.

 

 

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers.

 

 

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers.

https://scohio.org/education-options/home-education/

 

 

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers.

https://doe.sd.gov/oatq/homeschooling.aspx

 

Does not fund homeschoolers but does have a few options for tax free savings that can be used towards books.

https://tea.texas.gov/texas-schools/general-information/finding-a-school-for-your-child/home-schooling

https://thsc.org/requirements-to-homeschool-in-texas/

 

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers unless they are part of a charter school.

https://www.schools.utah.gov/curr/homeschool

http://www.uhea.org/utah-homeschool-laws/publicly-funded-schooling-options/

 

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers at this time but there is a bill being considered that would allow public funding for homeschoolers. 

 

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers.

 

 

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers.

https://osse.dc.gov/service/homeschooling-district-columbia

 

 

Has a scholarship for eligible families that can be used towards curriculum. 

https://www.hopescholarshipwv.com/FAQ

 

 

 

Does not provide funding for homeschoolers.

https://dpi.wi.gov/parental-education-options/home-based

 

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