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  1. Home-Based Educational Programs

  2. Home School At all times, locations, and grade levels, parents may independently elect a home-based educational program.

  3. Home School A Home-Based Educational Program is defined as: • A complete academic course using correspondence course and/or other appropriate materials in the home including virtual online school programs

  4. Home School • In lieu of the “school at post” DSSR education allowance, a separate allowance rate is authorized each school year for the purchase of home-based educational programs and allowable materials (under DSSR 274.12b). • Grades K-8 up to $5,700 • Grades 9-12 up to $7,700 • However, if the local non-DoD school has been certified as adequate by the Office of Overseas Schools, reimbursement is limited to the “school at post” rate if it is lower than the home-based educational program/private instruction allowance.

  5. Home School • Traditional curriculum textbooks and other supplemental materials as may be appropriate for math, science, language arts, social studies, and other subjects on a grade/age appropriate basis. • Instructional CDs/software, curriculum guides, and manipulative materials for math, etc. • Fees charged for access to libraries and group participation in local school-sponsored athletic, extracurricular, or music activities that are normally free of charge in U.S. public schools. • Group participation is defined as a lesson or activity with enrollment open to the public, not a lesson provided exclusively for a family group. (See Non-Allowable Expenses, item h., below.) • Fees for curriculum-related on-line Internet services such as study programs, library services, and distance learning. • Rental of curriculum-related equipment such as microscopes or very large band instruments (such as a Sousaphone) that would normally be provided by U.S. public schools.

  6. Home School • Required testing materials by either the formal home-study course or other authorized program. • Advisory teaching service affiliated with the selected formally recognized home-study course. • Tuition charges, shipping costs, lesson postage, on-line Internet and facsimile charges associated with formal recognized home-study course or other authorized program.

  7. Home School • Equipment such as: computers, keyboards, printers, televisions, facsimile and scanning machines, calculators, microscopes, and furniture. • Non-course specific CDs, videos, DVDs. • General reading materials and reference materials (dictionaries, encyclopedias, globes), etc. • Purchase or rental of items that have broader use than the course being studied (i.e. computer hardware, calculators, band instruments except noted above). • Expendable supplies (paper, pencils, markers) that are normally purchased by parents in the U.S. • Parental training in home-study private instruction. • Any form of compensation to the parent such as childcare or supervisory costs.

  8. Home School • Travel and transportation costs at post or away from post. • Personal telephone, Internet, satellite, cable or other available communication subscription fees. • Fees for museums, cultural events, or performances that would normally be paid by parents in the U.S. • Private lessons. • Membership in gymnasiums, cultural clubs, spas, and other private clubs. • Textbooks, Bibles, workbooks, daily devotionals, or any material primarily for religious instruction. • Insurance associated with shipping charges. (Do not elect optional insurance.) • Fees to an independent agency for posting credits and issuing transcripts.

  9. Home School • Notify local NDSP liaison of the desire to purchase a home-based educational program and/or materials. • Select an appropriate home-based educational program. • The following documentation is required: • DoDEA Form 610, for each dependent • Verification of Eligibility Form (with commander’s signature) • A copy of the sponsor’s orders plus any amendments. • If the child(ren) is/are applying for entry to kindergarten or first grade, a copy of that child's passport or birth certificate is required to verify age. • Funds Request Sheet • Receipt of payment for course materials *Note: Reimbursement for home-based education expenses is based on actual expenses with proof of payment by sponsor through the submission of receipts (i.e., “after-the-fact”).

  10. Home School • Sponsors who elect to purchase educational curriculum materials for home-based educational programs must submit to the local NDSP liaison receipts and an itemized list indicating the appropriate dependent(s) for each purchase. • Sponsors are responsible for out of pocket expenses until the purchase is approved and reimbursement processed. • Responsibility for documentation rests with the sponsor. Receipts must be legible. Itemized lists of educational texts or materials must clearly indicate relevance to curriculum areas.

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