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A UN disabilities treaty that was defeated last year is back in the U.S. Senate. We need you to contact your senators and tell them why this treaty must not be ratified.
Officials in a small school district are pushing to get authority to review homeschool curriculum. HSLDA has no interest in going back to a failed policy it helped to end.
Please contact your representative and ask him or her to sign a letter opposing Senate ratification of a dangerous United Nations treaty.
A new law ends years of controversy by providing iron-clad assurance of free testing via public schools for competent private instruction students. The law also eliminates the need to dual enroll.
With the approval by Governor Nathan Deal of House Bill 283, Georgia modified its homeschool law to provide more freedom to parents conducting home study programs for their children.
With the enactment of House Bill 1789, homeschool students may now participate in interscholastic activities at their resident school district.
A Missouri county circuit court dismissed truancy charges against a homeschooling mother after HSLDA intervened on her behalf.
On April 19, 2013, Governor Bill Haslam signed into law Senate Bill 240, adding a new subsection to the homeschool statute for students’ participation in interscholastic athletic competition in public schools.
After getting a good job offer, a homeschool teen nearly saw her opportunity slip away because a public school official refused to issue an employment certificate—until HSLDA intervened.
With the enactment of House Bill 1291, a resident student who completes a program of home education in North Dakota is eligible to receive a career and technical education scholarship or an academic scholarship.
Please take time to thank the members of Congress who joined the fight against the Common Core national education standards. With your help, we will continue the battle.
HSLDA worked closely with a local attorney to prove that charges of educational neglect against a single mom were false.
We are hearing from multiple sources that the U.S. Senate’s Foreign Relations Committee is gearing up to hold hearings on the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. We need to act now!
An amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act is producing good policies for homeschoolers looking to enlist in the military. Here are some things homeschoolers should know.
A public school district quickly corrected a form letter to homeschool parents after HSLDA pointed out several errors.
When a sheriff’s training academy told a homeschool graduate that his transcripts were insufficient proof of his education, HSLDA stepped in.
At 2:00 p.m. today, the Romeike family appeared before a three-judge panel in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati seeking asylum under United States law. The courtroom overflowed with homeschooling families who turned out in support.
A member family asked HSLDA for help after waiting 10 months for public school officials to return their student’s portfolio.
President Obama announced last Wednesday a proposal to create universal preschool for low-income families. His plan, Preschool for All, is aimed at 4-year-olds to help them be “better prepared for the demands of the global economy.” HSLDA founder Michael Farris voiced his opposition…