CHEF's new website answers frequent questions about home education through video and text, making it simple for busy families to find the relevant information they need. Anyone thinking about homeschooling can learn about the history of home education and discover how to determine if home study is the right choice for them. Families who currently homeschool can learn about legal concerns, required documentation and support groups available to assist in the challenge of educating their children.
Local CHEF groups provide support throughout the state, and visitors can quickly contact the group nearest them for more information through the interactive group finder. With a single click on the interactive state map, families can find their local CHEF group's website, email address, and phone number to learn more about the support available to them.
Each spring, CHEF hosts its annual homeschool convention. As the event approaches, homeschoolers can find the location, event schedule, and more at the website. The event offers encouragement to homeschool parents through guest speakers and presentations. The convention's book fair offers a wide variety of curricula and guides to help families make the most of the upcoming school year.
CHEF constantly updates the website with timely information as homeschooling laws change. Families can now quickly find all the information they need to keep themselves informed of the legal requirements they must meet as home educators in one place.
About CHEF: The Christian Home Educators' Fellowship of Louisiana is an organization of volunteers dedicated to promoting, protecting, and preserving homeschool freedom. CHEF promotes home education through local support groups and informs the public about the benefits of home education. Moreover, CHEF actively advocates for laws that protect and preserve homeschooling freedom.