The aim of homeschooling is to help children learn the core curriculum for a given stage of school education. Such teaching is designed for the students whose health condition makes it impossible or significantly hinders attending school or kindergarten. According to recent statistics, the percentage of children and young people whose parents apply for this form of education is constantly increasing. This phenomenon is clearly international. As a result, many initiatives are created that involve various environments to improve the quality of home education. One of them is the international Seshome project under the Erasmus + program, whose main goal is to support disabled students at the age of 6-10 in learning at home via research, needs analysis and training programs. The coordinator of the project is a secondary vocational school in Turkey (Kemal Yurtbilir Special Education Vocational High School), while the other partners are: Altindag Centre of Research and Guidance(Turkey), TüM Association – Special Education and Rehabilitation Centers (Turkey), Dost Center for Special Education and Rehabilitation (Turkey) , University of Maribor (Slovenia), University of Economics and Innovation in Lublin – WSEI (Poland) and Polo Europeo Della Conoscenza (Italy). Achieving the project goal involves, first and foremost, developing methodical and substantive support for teachers and parents of students with disabilities taking part in homeschoolıng. The initial stage of its implementation was the analysis of the current situation of homeschooling in particular countries, characteristics of needs, requirements and expectations. Therefore, research was undertaken to present the issue of homeschoolıng from the point of view of teachers and parents of children involved in this form of education. This article presents the issue of homeschoolıng from the perspective of a group of teachers from SESHOME partner countries.