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Two law firms have stepped up on a pro bono basis to figure out the best strategies for dealing with the court issues in the recent California ruling.
You don't have to be a member of HSLDA or a California homeschooler to sign the petition.
This California court case decision has definitely created a buzz in the homeschool world. The decision goes against everything I believe and I sincerely hope it is overturned by the Supreme Court. But does this case mean trouble for California homeschoolers? I am confident that it does not.
So there are strings attached... For the sakes of homeschoolers across the nation that have decided to use public programs or funds, I hope other states don't follow Alaska's lead...but I'm afraid they might.
Public school teachers twists my article to discourage homeschooling - opinion piece rebuttal.
In "Hitler's Ghost Haunts German Parents," Alexandra Colen reports on the fate of two of the seven families that have been under prosecution in Germany for homeschooling their children. These two couples have lost their parental rights over their children's educational matters.
Imagine enjoying a homeschool park day with your children and friends, then being dragged away to jail. That's what happened at a homeschool group park day in South Carolina. Thankfully, the charges have already been dropped and the arresting officer has been fired.
Homeschoolers Depicted as Terrorists in Mock Drill - School District Apologized
Homeschooling Empowers Children - Rebuttal Letter. This letter is in response to an op-ed piece written by Margaret W. Boyce for the Holland Sentinel.
Rebecca H. Davis, Ph.D. wrote the following letter to the editor of the Charlotte Creative Loafing in response to Ms. Cotton Quinn's article, "Homeschool Horror."
Southern Baptist Convention will consider resolution that calls on all members to take their children out of public schools and homeschool them or send them to private Christian schools.
The Michigan Court of Appeals ruled that schools in Michigan don't have to open their sports teams to students who don't attend classes in their schools.
Many of you read the negative article about homeschooling that was written by Dennis L. Evans and published in USA Today on the September 3, 2003. Matthew Bass, who was homeschooled from K-12, wrote an excellent rebuttal to Mr. Evan's article.