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AFE Policies

The Association of Florida Evaluators (AFE) is a not-for-profit Florida organization registered with Sunbiz. AFE is directed by a Board consisting of five members: a president,

While some portions of our website are available to the public to provide information on requirements for home education and other forms of homeschooling available to Florida students, and especially information on evaluations, other portions are private and available to group members only.

Membership in AFE is open to:

  • teachers with current Florida professional-level certification to teach academic subjects at the elementary or secondary level

  • psychologists with current Florida license per Florida Statute 490.003(7)

  • school psychologists with current Florida license per Florida Statute 490.003(8)

Memberships fall into 2 categories.

  1. Basic membership

  2. Professional membership

Both categories of membership grant members access to member-only portions of the website where they can learn, share, discuss, collaborate, network, etc. with other professionals to improve themselves as educational evaluators. Members are given permission to use the AFE logo while they are active, in-good-standing members of AFE with the intent that this would help evaluators who have made an effort to know Florida law and Florida Dept. of Education policies

All members agree to follow current Florida home education law and FL Dept. of Education policies in regard to home education evaluations, PEP testing and/or Choice Navigator services, and any other educational services offered to Florida homeschool or other educational clients. All members agree to follow our Terms of Service.

In general, what should you cover in your Terms & Conditions?

In general, what should you cover in your Terms & Conditions?


  1. Who can use your website; what are the requirements to create an account (if relevant)

  2. Key commercial Terms offered to customers

  3. Retention of right to change offering

  4. Warranties & responsibility for services and products

  5. Ownership of intellectual property, copyrights and logos

  6. Right to suspend or cancel member account

  7. Indemnification

  8. Limitation of liability

  9. Right to change and modify Terms

  10. Preference of law and dispute resolution

  11. Contact info


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The explanations and information provided herein are only general explanations, information and samples. You should not rely on this article as legal advice or as recommendations regarding what you should actually do. We recommend that you seek legal advice to help you understand and to assist you in the creation of your privacy policy.

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