What is the HTA?

A group of business and nonprofit leaders from around the United States met in 2016 to discuss how we could work together and support each other. The Homeschool Trade Association (HTA) was born to help us pursue a common goal. Our members represent a wide variety of organizations. We have many differences. But we all share a desire to help homeschooling families be successful.

Board of Directors

  • Seth Dunham, Demme Learning
  • Kate Johnson, Pandia Press
  • John Notgrass, Notgrass History
  • Wendy Orth, Ability Based Learning
  • Jessica Parnell, Bridgeway Academy

What We Do for Members

To help our members accomplish their goals, we offer these services internally:

  • market research about individual homeschooling families and the overall marketplace
  • professional training webinars about different aspects of running an organization and reaching homeschoolers
  • live events to bring leaders together for connection and education
  • forums to facilitate ongoing discussion between members

What We Do for Homeschooling Families

To help our members connect directly with homeschooling families, we built the ICanHomeschool.com website. This site is designed to help beginning and veteran homeschoolers find practical support and introduce them to the variety of resources HTA members offer.

The Homeschool Trade Association is a 501(c)(6) non-profit business league. We help business and nonprofit leaders serve more homeschooling families more effectively.
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