Connecting homeschool families with teachers and organizations

Haskel Education Network is revolutionizing the way people learn by connecting teachers and learners directly, enabling the complete customization of the education experience.

What we do

Haskel Education Network (HaskelEd) is an online searchable directory featuring:

  • Teachers
  • Tutors
  • Co-Ops
  • Microschools
  • Sports Teams & Athletics
  • Clubs (Book, Chess, Debate, Dance, etc.)
  • Learning Centers
  • Other Non-Traditional Education-Based Schools or Organizations of Interest to Searching Families

We’re new here, so we’re looking for educators! Do you teach outside of the traditional school system as a tutor, teacher, or coach? Do you lead a microschool, co-op, club, or learning center? Register today to have your classes, school, or organization listed on our free searchable directory!

Tutors, teachers, coaches, and administrators, click here to set up an account (choose “Teacher/Organization”). After that, you’ll be able to create a profile page featuring your classes or organization on our searchable directory for FREE.

Parents and families, click here for our searchable directory. We’re actively building this list, so we need your help! Do you know someone who offers classes that could benefit from being easier to find by more families? Tell them about us! It’s free for you and them.

Calling all teachers!

Interested in reaching new students? Our free teacher profile pages allow you to advertise the courses you want to teach at the times you’re available, whether in person or online! We are currently accepting teacher profile submissions!

HaskelEd as a Homeschool (K-12) resource

Are you looking for a qualified, experienced teacher who can guide your child through subjects such as math or science? Haskel Education Network provides you with the tools to search for capable educators that can lead courses for your student. Click the “Search” button below to find a teacher for a variety of subjects, schedules, and locations!

For Anyone Looking to Learn (All Ages)

Are you looking to learn a new skill such as playing guitar or speaking Spanish? HaskelEd allows for searching a wide range of professionals teaching a plethora of subjects and skills virtually or in your city.

For Teachers

Are you currently teaching in a public or private institution but want more flexibility and control over your schedule or curriculum? Perhaps you have experience in a specific field of study or profession and want to start sharing your knowledge with others. Maybe you’ve been teaching for a long time and want a platform that allows you to market your services to others.

With the Haskel Education Network, you can break free from the traditional models of education. By creating your free profile, you are connected to knowledge-seekers in your city or across the country.

How You Can Help

If you’d like to support our efforts as we work to transform the way people think about education, there are several things you can do:

Share this site:

We’re new around here and working on getting our name out there! Help us out by sharing our site with your family and friends. We are on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Submit your profile info:

If you’re a teacher and looking to connect with students, please click here to submit your profile contact information so we can get your free profile page started and added to our directory.


We’re an 501c3 nonprofit and qualified donations are tax deductible. Please see the form for giving. We value your support!

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Platform Guidelines

When using our site, there are a few things to keep in mind that can help you find a great teacher. When you find a teacher that you think might work, don’t forget to do your homework before agreeing to anything!

Ask Around

Has anyone you know used the teacher before? Sometimes a warm referral can be a great way to make a connection!

Ask For References

Don’t be afraid to ask the teacher for references. A phone call or email to someone can help you verify information

Background Checks

There are several resources available for a very low cost to do some research in advance of deciding if a teacher is right for you or your child.

Meet In Person

Meeting over coffee or lunch can be a great way to get to know a teacher before any work is to be done