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Michelle Cox announced as new Director of Homeschool Family Expo
November 14 2022- Houston, Texas Texas Home Educators (THE), a statewide homeschool service organization, is privileged to announce that Michelle Cox will be the director for the 11th Annual Homeschool Family Expo happening on March 25, 2023 at Klein UMC, 5920 FM...
Cowboy Homeschool Day 2022
Texas Home Educators is here to bring enhanced educational experiences to homeschoolers across Texas. There were over 300 folks who attended last year, and we are having our Cowboy Homeschool Day again. Below is our sheet, just print and email to Hannah, or call...
To Label or Not to Label? This is the Question! Part 3
So the complex question, “To Label or Not to Label” remains. You must consider all the ramifications for your personal situation but my prayer is that, like my discovery years ago, you will find answers outside of the traditional labels that bring hope and help to your loved one.
New Spanish Homeschool Group Announced by THE
Because Texas Home Educators is here to serve the whole homeschool community in Texas, we have opened a Spanish language group on Facebook. This is for those who are more comfortable conversing in Spanish. This is a statewide group so the discussion will lean toward...
Celebrate Leeper Day 2022 at Splash Kingdom
Our homeschool freedoms are based on the Leeper v. Arlington Supreme Court Case. This case lasted almost 10 years from when it was first filed in Tarrant County 17th State District Court. This class action lawsuit challenged the TEA and all the ISDs who were...
Leeper Day at Splash Kingdom!
Our homeschool freedoms are based on the Leeper v. Arlington Supreme Court Case. This case lasted almost 10 years from when it was first filed in District Court. This class action case challenged the TEA and all the ISDs who were bringing up charges against families across Texas, arresting them for homeschooling their children. Since June 9, 1994. this case established that we are free to homeschool.