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Deadline Approaching!

The deadline for BJU testing for homeschool students is coming up! There are still plenty of slots open, but we only have a few weeks left for your students to participate before testing closes at the end of July 2022. Test your students while participating in California-specific homeschool research! This is a great way you can advocate for private homeschooling.

We had a great response last year and are looking to continue our research. Because of homeschoolers’ participation in 2020-2021, NHERI recently published its California-specific research results. Read it at the button below!

Watch the video below to see what these tests are like and why they are so important for homeschool advocacy.

About the Tests

Through this testing, we will be able to collect California-specific data about private homeschoolers’ academic achievements. This kind of research is critically needed as we prepare for the legislative season. We are confident as parents that private home education produces excellent academic results. Participating in this study is a powerful way to be an advocate for private homeschooling!

For another consecutive year, our friends at CHEA of California are partnering with us (FPM), NHERI (National Home Education Research Institute), and BJU Testing & Evaluation to conduct this research study on private homeschoolers’ academic performance. This study will be important for presenting hard data to the California Legislature if the question of homeschooling’s effectiveness is brought up.

Please consider utilizing BJU Testing & Evaluation for your testing needs to help homeschool research in California and partnering states.

We need students from California to participate in testing before the end of July 2022.

How to Participate in Testing and Research

  1. Order your test(s) through CHEA’s link at www.cheaofca.org/testing
  2. Have your student test.
  3. Once test results post, you must fill out our survey to be included in homeschool research and advocacy at www.surveymonkey.com
  4. We can include students who used standardized tests other than what BJU Testing & Evaluation offers and include them in our research. Please contact us for more information!