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Homeschool co-ops: Pros and cons of group classes for the homeschool family

 

Is a homeschool co-op a good fit for your family?

There are lots of creative homeschoolers who decide to do one or more classes together, and the homeschool co-op can take many different forms.  Some families are very involved in this sort of venue, and others may choose not to participate at all.  The homeschool community offers enough resources and variety that either choice can be fulfilling and fit the needs of some families.

With over 100 homeschool groups in Maricopa County, there are dozens of groups with some sort of shared classes.  This discussion looks at the co-op framework that assumes the parent will participate in some of the teaching and will be involved in the overall planning of the other classes.

Reasons for participating in a homeschool co-op

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