Many students and parents want to have a private teacher who can teach the student one on one. They consider this methodology better than the traditional academic environment in which one teacher has to deal with hundreds of students and he can’t give proper attention to every individual. Although in many states, parents can also teach their kids through homeschooling programs, but they can also hire a private tutor for this purpose.
There are many institutions which provide teachers to the homeschoolers such as Tutor Corps, Shining Stars Homeschooling and cardinal scholars.
Apart from that, parents can hire teachers through local Yellow Pages directory, newspaper advertisements, nearby school or college and through social media as well. Education.com and simplyhired.com are some of other online platforms where parents can post their requirements for hiring a teacher. Parents can browse these sites and hire a teacher according to their requirements
How to become a homeschool teacher
In the United States of America, 11 States, which includes New Mexico, Georgia, North Dakota, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, West Virginia and Washington requires parents to have an appropriate educational background in order to become a homeschool teacher. The requirements are mostly GED or a high school diploma, but in the State of Washington, they require a higher qualification such as completion of a home based study course or college credits. The remaining 39 States of America does not require any formal educational background or certificate and allow them to teach their kids through homeschool programs