If you’re looking for homeschooling teachers in Albany, you’ve come to the right place. Facebook has become an essential resource for home educators, as a place to ask questions, find ideas, organize meet-ups, and post events. While Facebook doesn’t necessarily represent the views of the Homeschooling Association of Western Australia (HEWA), it’s a good resource for anyone interested in home education in the region.

Homeschooling support groups can provide a social outlet for children as well as mentors for homeschoolers. There’s a local homeschooling support group in Narrogin with over 26 members. They meet regularly at local parks and recreation centers, and are officially registered with HBLN, which provides insurance for both public liability and workers compensation.

Once your child is homeschooled, you must register as a home educator with the Department of Education and Training. The form can be obtained from your local District Education Office. You must complete the form before the fourteenth day of February of the year in which your child attended school.

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