Co-ops are groups of like-minded homeschoolers whose children get together on scheduled days and times to learn, study, and socialize. Some co-ops employ teachers, and some require parental participation. You'll find that some co-ops are more formal and structured than others. Some offer field trips, team sports, clubs, and family events. Families may meet at schools, churches, libraries, parks, and even take turns meeting at their homes.
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