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Old 01-24-2009, 11:34 AM
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I teach k4 in a Christian preschool, due to a drop in enrollment our school is closing as of next month. I am so shocked and I know I will not be able to find another teaching job in the middle of the year. So I am trying to see what I can do about home schooling out of my home just for the rest of the year. I know don't have time to get licensed but does anybody know how many children you can have in your home without a license? I live in South Carlina.
Thank you for any help!!!!!
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