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The Future of Homeschooling:

The Future of Homeschooling:

A Falling or Rising Star? Is child abuse more prevalent in the homeschooling community? That is just one of several questions being addressed in a 7-week online conference entitled Post-Pandemic Future of Homeschooling, sponsored by the Harvard Kennedy School Taubman...

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Homeschooling Doubles in WV

Homeschooling Doubles in WV

Homeschooling in West Virginia has more than doubled this past year according to a report by the U.S. Census Bureau. In fact, West Virginia is one of nine states with double digit growth! Last spring, 5.4% of West Virginian households with school-aged children...

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Where Are My CHEWV Test Scores?

Where Are My CHEWV Test Scores?

UPDATE 5/31/2021: Electronic scores have been released (via email) to parents of students who tested with CHEWV. County/Progress Reports will be coming in the mail within the next few days. If you tested with CHEWV but have not received your electronic score email,...

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Legislative Update March 10, 2021

Legislative Update March 10, 2021

When families flourish, communities flourish. For families to flourish, parents must have the freedom to do what they believe before God to be best for their children. Homeschool-related bills progressing this year include vocational school enrollment as well as...

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Fine Arts Goes Virtual!

Fine Arts Goes Virtual!

Registration for 4th-9th Grade Still Open The annual WVCEA Fine Arts Festivals are being held virtually this year. Senior High registration is now closed; however, Elementary and Junior High students (grades 4-9) still have the opportunity to register. With the...

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Homeschool Funding

Homeschool Funding

Where the Definition of "Fair" Gets Blurry Last legislative season, legislators wisely made a distinction between state-funded ESA students and homeschoolers. If such legislation is introduced this session, we trust the same will happen. While that may seem like a...

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State DOE Issues Assessment Guidance

State DOE Issues Assessment Guidance

Dr. Derek Lambert of the WV Department of Education has provided the latest state guidance, released in December, related to this year's homeschool assessments. We urge you to remember that the state DOE functions simply as guidance, not authority, to the counties.  ...

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Free Thanksgiving Unit Study!

Free Thanksgiving Unit Study!

CHEWV is pleased to offer our new 21-page Thanksgiving Unit Study - just in time to celebrate this holiday season.  Including songs of the season, recommended reading, crafts, and more, we hope your family builds traditions for years to come.  Click here to get your...

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Concord University Classes for Homeschoolers

Concord University Classes for Homeschoolers

Concord University invites homeschoolers in Mercer and Raleigh Counties to take college-level coursework this coming spring semester to receive either high school and/or college credit.  A Zoom meeting will be held on Monday, November 16, 2021, with representatives...

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