Alabama’s compulsory school attendance age was changed May 2012, lowering the age limit for all students in Alabama from 7 to 6 years old. This was done via Senate Bill 28.
A parent of a 6-year-old may opt out of enrolling the child in public school until age 7 by notifying the local school . . . → Read More: Alabama Lowered the Compulsory School Attendance Age
Alabama’s compulsory school attendance age was changed May 2009, raising the age limit for all students in Alabama from 16 to 17 years old. This was done via Senate Bill 334.
Public school students who wish to leave school at age 17 (prior to graduation) must have (1) Written consent from parent or legal . . . → Read More: Alabama Compulsory School Attendance Age
If homeschooling is legal, which it is in all 50 states and many countries, then unschooling is legal.
Unschooling is simply a METHOD of homeschooling; it is not a separate thing from homeschooling. You can follow the Charlotte Mason method of homeschooling or use the Unit Studies method or you can unschool or . . . → Read More: Is Unschooling Legal?