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Author(s):Home School Legal Defense Association
Title:Federal requirements for homeschoolers seeking college admission and financial aid
Source:http://www.hslda.org/docs/news/hslda/200306/200...
Date:2006
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Short Description:Homeschoolers are eligible for financial aid without obtaining a GED or passing an ability-to-benefit test, and universities can admit a student with a homeschool high school diploma who is under the age of compulsory attendance and still retain their eligibility for federal funding.
Annotation:"Colleges and universities frequently ask two questions about homeschoolers: (1) Are homeschoolers eligible for financial aid without obtaining a GED or passing an ability-to-benefit test? and (2) Can a university admit a student with a homeschool high school diploma who is under the age of compulsory attendance and still retain its eligibility for federal funding? The answer to both questions is “Yes.”"
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Admissions
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Financial Aid
High School
High School Graduation
Homeschooled Students
Policy

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