Many States Do Not Require Vaccinations for Homeschoolers

These States Don’t Require Vaccinations For Home-School Students

Half of U.S. states don’t require homeschool students to be vaccinated against diseases that include measles, chickenpox and hepatitis B, according to an organization that advocates greater oversight of home schooling. While public schools require students to get a number of vaccinations before entering kindergarten, there’s no mandate for home-schooled children in 25 states, according to the Coalition for Responsible Home Education.