INCH Michigan Homeschool

The How and Why of Homeschooling There is ongoing discussion about needing to define who exactly is a homeschooler, and it causes me some concern because of its focus. It seems to me the discussion centers around ‘HOW’ someone homeschools, versus ‘WHY’ someone homeschools. INCH is certainly not the definitive voice on either how someone…

Slippery Slope HB 4805

The slippery slope has begun! The warnings regarding government regulation and encroachment that INCH and others have been voicing to those homeschooling families participating in virtual public academies and public school partnerships are now being realized. HB 4805 is a response to a proposed Michigan Department of Education policy that would require homeschool students taking more than…

In November of 2016, one of INCH’s leadership team, Israel Wayne, and Michigan’s HSLDA representative, Michael Donnelly, headed to the region of Nagano, Japan for a homeschooling conference. Both men shared the vision for home-based, parent-led home education, with Christ as the center of the home. The Nagano conference welcomed about 425 people, many of…

Homeschool

Homeschool Reorganization Plan I recently spent some intense time in prayer regarding our home school. This is what I feel the Lord gave me and it has been invaluable in helping us make the first major changes mid year in about 10 years. Be purposeful Am I ordering my day and planning to educate or…

Here are just a few of the highlights you can look forward to in our upcoming 2017 Annual INCH Convention! Register HERE! INCH Promotional Video from Relivit Media Productions on Vimeo.

INCH Michigan Homeschool Convention

Each year, thousands of homeschoolers gather at the Lansing Center in Michigan’s capital for the annual INCH Convention on homeschooling. Whether you are a veteran of home education conventions, or are considering visiting for the first time, here are some reasons to consider making this an important part of your schedule each year. A Great Heritage…

In Michigan, the most pivotal court case in opening up homeschooling to parents was De Jonge vs. Michigan. Mark and Christine De Jonge were called into court and accused of violating the state’s compulsory attendance laws. You can read more about their case here: https://www.hslda.org/Legal/state/mi/198500000/default.asp INCH: In what year did your family begin home educating,…

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