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 ===Background on Home Schooling in Illinois=== ​ ===Background on Home Schooling in Illinois=== ​
  
-Illinois School Code (105 ILCS 5/26-1 et seq.) states children between 7-17 years of age must attend a public school[(:​citation1)] . If they do not attend a public school; the student must attend a private or parochial school where they are taught the corresponding material for their age and grade in public schools[(:​citation1)]. Students and parents may choose to attend public school part-time in Illinois. This is for students ​courses that parents may not know much about or students are really interested in the subject. Parents may also want their children to experience learning in a social setting rather than only being in the home. +Illinois School Code (105 ILCS 5/26-1 et seq.) states children between 7-17 years of age must attend a public school[(:​citation1)] . If they do not attend a public school; the student must attend a private or parochial school where they are taught the corresponding material for their age and grade in public schools[(:​citation1)]. Students and parents may choose to attend public school part-time in Illinois. This is for courses that parents may not know much about or students are really interested in the subject. Parents may also want their children to experience learning in a social setting rather than only being in the home. 
  
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