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The quiz is right below this welcome video!
Step 1 of 6
1. What best describes your situation:
a. I’m thinking about homeschooling but have not yet started.
b. I’m new to homeschooling; I’ve been homeschooling for less than three years.
c. I’m a homeschooling veteran; I’ve been homeschooling for more than three years.
2. What’s Your #1 Challenge About Homeschooling?
3. If There Were No Limits, How Would You Solve Your #1 Challenge?
4. With which sentence to you most agree?
a. Homeschooling should be more structured so it is most effective.
b. Homeschooling should be more flexible so a child can find their passion.
5. What do think about a child’s role when it comes to homeschooling?
a. Children know what they like and should have a major voice in what they learn.
b. Parents know what’s best for their children and should be the decider about what they learn.
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