The Tennessee Home Education Association was formed in 1984 for the purpose of preserving and defending the rights of parents to direct the education of their children and to provide a statewide network of support, encouragement, and assistance to home schooling families. THEA accomplishes these goals through a unified, organized network of volunteer home schooling parents and others supportive of parental rights. By dividing the state into seven geographical areas to establish chapters and having THEA members elect Area Coordinators/Board Members, we have developed a unified, representative state voice while building strong support for homeschoolers at the local chapter level. Over thirty newsletters are produced and sent out locally. Hundreds of support groups serve Tennessee families.
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Please note: Polk County TN Homeschool Network (PCTHN) provides this listing as a courtesy to our website readers. Inclusion of a group does not constitute PCTHN endorsement of the group; parents are encouraged to research the philosophy and practices of any group considered. The information listed on this page is not to be duplicated or used by solicitors.