Oklahoma revoked their particpation in Common Core State Standards.
Always check directly with the official Oklahoma Homeschooling section to verify information.
Apparent Requirements for all students not in public education:
It appears both traditional homeschooling and enrollment in online schools require the following.
Oklahoma provides for homeschooling in its state constitution. Therefore, no paperwork needs to be registered with any state or educational office. It is requested that homeschoolers spend at least 180 days in school.
Oklahoma Homeschooling Achievement Testing:
Because homeschooling is a constitutional right, there is no mandated achievement testing.
If you would like the option of having your child take an achievement test, online schools such as Southeast Academy and Western Christian Academy include CTB/McGraw-Hill’s Terra Nova annual achievement testing for 3rd-12th grades in their program.
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