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Utah Homeschool Law & Support Groups

Homeschool Law

The following is provided for informational purposes and does not constitute legal advice.

Home Schooling
Utah State Office of Education page on homeschooling.

Special Education Laws and Rules

Dual Enrollment
C. A student with disabilities may participate as a dual enrollment student consistent with Utah law, this rule and Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Vol. 64, No. 48, Section 300.450 through 300.455.
(1) The student shall have a services plan in place prior to participation in dual enrollment using comparable procedures to those required for identifying and evaluating public school students; (2) Students with disabilities seeking dual enrollment shall be entitled to services only in the same proportional amount that the number of private school students residing in the district is to the total number of students with disabilities in the district. (3) Decisions about the scheduling and manner of services provided shall be the responsibility of school and district personnel. (4) Schools and districts are not prohibited from providing services to students who are not enrolled full time in excess of those required by R277-438-6.

Relevant Court Rulings and Position Papers

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Homeschool Support Groups

Utah Christian Homeschool Association (UTCH)
"The Utah Christian Home School Association (U-TeaCH) provides support, education and fellowship for Christian families who have made the decision to educate their children at home."

Homeschool Resources

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Getting Started
Tips and resources for getting started with homeschooling.

Legal Issues
Special legal issues facing parents homeschooling children with disabilities.





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