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Arkansas Laws Regulating Home Education
 Summaries and Explanations of Arkansas Homeschooling Laws
 Arkansas Statutes
 Case Law & Legal Opinions

Summaries and Explanations of Arkansas Homeschooling Laws Back to Top
Arkansas Department of Education Home School Information
This section of the Arkansas DOE's website has information regarding the homeschooling law in Arkansas. Includes notice of intent forms, home school waiver form, fact sheets, and more.
Arkansas Department of Education Home School Information
This section of the Arkansas DOE's website has information regarding the homeschooling law in Arkansas. Includes notice of intent forms, home school waiver form, fact sheets, and more.
Arkansas Home School Laws
HSLDA
The Home School Legal Defense Association provides a brief summary of the homeschooling laws in Arkansas. Includes a link to a legal analysis of laws relating to homeschooling in Arkansas.
Fact Sheet on Home Schooling in Arkansas
Arkansas Department of Education
This summary of the statues regulating homeschooling in the state of Arkansas is published by the Arkansas Department of Education.
Fact Sheet on Home Schooling in Arkansas
A comprehensive summary of the laws in Arkansas regulating homeschooling.
The Arkansas Home School Law
Arkansas Homeschool Resource Directory
This article discusses the history of the homeschooling laws in Arkansas.

Arkansas Statutes Back to Top
Arkansas Department of Education Rules and Regulations Governing Home Schools
The rules and regulations set forth by the Arkansas Department of Education pertaining to students who are educated at home.
Arkansas Home School Law
Text of the Arkansas Code relating to home education. This is Arkansas Code Annotated §6-15-501 through §6-15-508.
Arkansas Homeschool Statute: Act 1793 of 2003
The text of the statute governing home education in Arkansas.

Case Law & Legal Opinions Back to Top
Pierce v. Society of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
In Pierce v. Society of the Sisters, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that "the fundamental theory of liberty upon which all governments of this Union repose excludes any general power of the state to standardize its children by forcing them to accept instruction from public teachers only. The child is not the creature of the state."


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