The Columbus Learning Cooperative is a holistic alternative to the traditional school environment. Participants (ages 10 to 18 years old) register as home school students and then meet with our mentors to determine their unique education plan, with no high-stakes testing, no standardized curriculum, integrated age levels and a flexible schedule. They work with students in the self-directed learning model.
731 E Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
Lists requirements for home educating parents, resources for home education, rules and regulations, contact information and more. Click to see a helpful fact sheet about home education.
25 South Front Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
One in five kids has serious difficulties learning to read. With early identification and a lot of help, however, children can do well. Through the U.S Department of Education, Reading Rockets provides many resources for families, including help for stuggling readers, help for kids with dyslexia, literacy apps, webcasts, common core information, booklists, reading classes and more.
WETA Public Television
2775 South Quincy Street, Arlington, Virginia 22206
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library and Westerville Public Library provides free books for children up to age 5 who live in the Westerville School District. Each month one age-appropriate book is mailed to your child as a gift for them to keep and helps to encourage the love for reading. Visit their website for details and to sign-up.
126 South State Street, Westerville, Ohio 43081