Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts, Inc.

The Year in Review from AHEM!

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AHEM is a statewide nonprofit organization in Massachusetts operating to support the grassroots strength of Massachusetts homeschoolers. We are here for YOU. We are not beholden to any other organization or agenda, and we do not limit our advocacy on the basis of age, race, family status, religious belief, or sexual orientation.

Highlights of 2019

A trip down memory lane, or an opportunity to catch up on events and information you may have missed the first time around:

In 2019, we enjoyed connecting with a cross section of Massachusetts homeschoolers in a variety of ways:

Throughout the year, we reported on a variety of issues important to Massachusetts homeschoolers:

We were pleased to offer:

We were excited to:

Ongoing efforts include:

Thank you

As we bid goodbye to 2019, we want to be sure to thank all of you for your support over the past year, whether it came in the form of

Any level of interest and participation is greatly appreciated and is what fuels our efforts.

We look forward to meeting more of you in 2020, and continuing to grow the number of informed and active homeschoolers in Massachusetts—help us by encouraging your friends to subscribe to AHEM! We always appreciate feedback on how we are doing and ideas about how we can serve you better.

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Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts (AHEM) is a nonprofit, independent, grassroots, volunteer-run, educational organization that gathers and disseminates information about homeschooling in Massachusetts through education, advocacy, and events. We believe that informed and active homeschoolers are their own best advocates in maintaining the right to independently homeschool. We welcome and value the participation of anyone interested in homeschooling in Massachusetts. We do not discriminate based on age, race, family status, religious belief, or sexual orientation.