The 30th Anniversary Convention (April 2016)
just keeps getting bigger and better!

We now have three keynote speakers: Andrew Pudewa (founder & director of Institute for Excellence in Writing), Linda Lacour Hobar (author of the Mystery of History), and John Carpay (founder and president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms).

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Funding for Home vs. Blended Education


Funding Available for Home Education

Home Education Regulations require Supervising Authorities (School Boards) to provide a MINIMUM of 50% of funding to the parents for reimbursements for curriculum and related school expenses.

Currently, this is approximately $747. Per student


Funding Available for Blended Education

Funding is provided to the supervising authority (school board) based on the amount of program that is under their responsibility. Therefore, the larger portion of program that is ‘blended’, the greater amount of funding received per student. There are no minimum requirements that state how much must be given to the parents. A supervising authority may currently receive between $4000. to $5000. per student.

Parents currently have access to approximately $700. to $1400.


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