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Public and Home School Choice

Private educational choice options like vouchers aren't the only choice options available to families.

Although EdChoice doesn’t yet focus its research on public school choice or homeschooling, we do support all options that expand educational choices for families. Learn more about available alternatives in the states.

Alabama's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Alabama has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Alabama’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Alabama, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Alabama when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Alabama, click here.

Alaska's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Alaska has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Alaska’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Alaska, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Alaska when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Alaska, click here.

Arizona's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Arizona has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Arizona’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Arizona, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Arizona when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Arizona, click here.

Arkansas's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Arkansas has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Arkansas’ charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Arkansas, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Arkansas when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Arkansas, click here.

California's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if California has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on California’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in California, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in California when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in California, click here.

Colorado's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Colorado has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Colorado’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Colorado, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Colorado when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Colorado, click here.

Connecticut's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Connecticut has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Connecticut’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Connecticut, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Connecticut when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Connecticut, click here.

Delaware's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Delaware has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Delaware’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Delaware, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Delaware when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Delaware, click here.

Florida's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Florida has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Florida’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Florida, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Florida when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Florida, click here.

Georgia's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Georgia has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Georgia’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Georgia, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Georgia when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Georgia, click here.

Hawaii's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Hawaii has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Hawaii’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Hawaii, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Hawaii when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Hawaii, click here.

Idaho's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Idaho has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Idaho’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Idaho, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Idaho when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Idaho, click here.

Illinois's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Illinois has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Illinois’ charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Illinois, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Illinois when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Illinois, click here.

Indiana's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Indiana has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Indiana’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Indiana, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Indiana when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Indiana, click here.

Iowa's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Iowa has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Iowa’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Iowa, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Iowa when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Iowa, click here.

Kansas's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Kansas has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Kansas’ charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Kansas, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Kansas when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Kansas, click here.

Kentucky's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Kentucky has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. Kentucky is one of seven states without a law permitting charter schools.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Kentucky, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Kentucky when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Kentucky, click here.

Louisiana's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Louisiana has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Louisiana’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Louisiana, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Louisiana when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Louisiana, click here.

Maine's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Maine has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Maine’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Maine, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Maine when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Maine, click here.

Maryland's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Maryland has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Maryland’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Maryland, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Maryland when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Maryland, click here.

Massachusetts's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Massachusetts has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Massachusetts’ charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Massachusetts, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Massachusetts when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Massachusetts, click here.

Michigan's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Michigan has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Michigan’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Michigan, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Michigan when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Michigan, click here.

Minnesota's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Minnesota has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Minnesota’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Minnesota, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Minnesota when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Minnesota, click here.

Mississippi's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Mississippi has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Mississippi’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Mississippi, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Mississippi when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Mississippi, click here.

Missouri's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Missouri has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Missouri’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Missouri, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Missouri when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Missouri, click here.

Montana's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Montana has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. Montana is one of seven states without a law permitting charter schools.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Montana, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Montana when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Montana, click here.

Nebraska's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Nebraska has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. Nebraska is one of seven states without a law permitting charter schools.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Nebraska, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Nebraska when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Nebraska, click here.

Nevada's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Nevada has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Nevada’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Nevada, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Nevada when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Nevada, click here.

New Hampshire's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if New Hampshire has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on New Hampshire’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in New Hampshire, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in New Hampshire when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in New Hampshire, click here.

New Jersey's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if New Jersey has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on New Jersey’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in New Jersey, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in New Jersey when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in New Jersey, click here.

New Mexico's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if New Mexico has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on New Mexico’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in New Mexico, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in New Mexico when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in New Mexico, click here.

New York's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if New York has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on New York’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in New York, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in New York when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in New York, click here.

North Carolina's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if North Carolina has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on North Carolina’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in North Carolina, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in North Carolina when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in North Carolina, click here.

North Dakota's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if North Dakota has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. North Dakota is one of seven states without a law permitting charter schools.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in North Dakota, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in North Dakota when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in North Dakota, click here.

Ohio's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Ohio has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Ohio’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Ohio, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Ohio when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Ohio, click here.

Oklahoma's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Oklahoma has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Oklahoma’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Oklahoma, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Oklahoma when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Oklahoma, click here.

Oregon's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Oregon has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Oregon’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Oregon, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Oregon when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Oregon, click here.

Pennsylvania's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Pennsylvania has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Pennsylvania’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Pennsylvania, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Pennsylvania when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Pennsylvania, click here.

Rhode Island's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Rhode Island has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Rhode Island’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Rhode Island, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Rhode Island when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Rhode Island, click here.

South Carolina's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if South Carolina has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on South Carolina’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in South Carolina, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in South Carolina when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in South Carolina, click here.

South Dakota's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if South Dakota has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. South Dakota is one of seven states without a law permitting charter schools.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in South Dakota, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in South Dakota when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in South Dakota, click here.

Tennessee's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Tennessee has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Tennessee’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Tennessee, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Tennessee when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Tennessee, click here.

Texas's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Texas has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Texas’ charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Texas, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Texas when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Texas, click here.

Utah's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Utah has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Utah’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Utah, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Utah when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Utah, click here.

Vermont's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Vermont has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. Vermont is one of seven states without a law permitting charter schools.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Vermont, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Vermont when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Vermont, click here.

Virginia's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Virginia has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Virginia’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Virginia, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Virginia when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Virginia, click here.

Washington's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Washington has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Washington’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Washington, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Washington when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Washington, click here.

West Virginia's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if West Virginia has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. West Virginia is one of seven states without a law permitting charter schools.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in West Virginia, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in West Virginia when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in West Virginia, click here.

Wisconsin's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Wisconsin has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Wisconsin’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Wisconsin, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Wisconsin when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Wisconsin, click here.

Wyoming's Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if Wyoming has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on Wyoming’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in Wyoming, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in Wyoming when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in Wyoming, click here.

Washington D.C.'s Public and Home School Choice Options

Public
Parents can use open enrollment to transfer among public schools within their district (intradistrict) or outside their district (interdistrict). To find out if the District of Columbia has open enrollment, click here.

Charter
Parents who choose charter schools do so the same way many parents choose private schools—only charters are public and receive tax dollars. For information on the District of Columbia’s charter schools, click here.

Online
Parents can choose a virtual setting—through, say, a computer or tablet device—for their children to learn from teachers. For more on online education in the District of Columbia, click here.

Home
Parents have to meet certain laws in the District of Columbia when home schooling their children. To find out what those regulations are in the District of Columbia, click here.

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