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This category covers a student's educational records summary which is a document that provides an overview of a student's academic achievements. It typically includes grades, test scores, attendance, and any extracurricular activities. It may also include awards, coursework, and any other pertinent information. A student's educational records summary is an important document for colleges and universities when evaluating an applicant for admission. It can also be useful for employers when considering a student for a job or internship.

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Child School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services

Link to questions and answers from the United States Department of Education about school choice.

Home Schooling and Home Study

Louisiana Families may choose to independently provide an excellent education to their children from their home. Louisiana families typically provide this independent education through a Board of Elementary and Secondary Education approved home study program or a nonpublic school (not seeking state approval). To comply with state attendance laws, parents who want to educate their children in a home study program must apply and be approved annually by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. A child enrolled in an approved home study program is considered in attendance at school. Parents who enroll their child in a home study program are solely responsible for deciding the curriculum and providing instruction. Louisiana does not provide funding or resources for home study programs. Students in a home study program are not required to take state assessments. Students in a home study program may participate in interscholastic athletic activities. Diplomas awarded through an approved home study program are recognized by all post-secondary educational institutions.

School and Your Child's Education

Information about schools and your child's education from the U.S. Department of Education. Get information about schools, about how to help your child do well in school, planning for college and more.

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