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HSLDA explained to a local public school official that a mother was perfectly within her rights to begin homeschooling her 17-year-old daughter.
HSLDA helped a member family after a public school official visited their home and asked for information not required by law.
The due date for submitting the annual notice of intent to homeschool has been changed to August 1. The information required in the notice has not changed.
A form recently unveiled by the department of education for awarding a home education high school diploma is a far cry from what the law authorized and what homeschoolers expected.
Nevada Senate Bill 25 would give to the Superintendent of Public Instruction oversight over education from birth to pre-kindergarten.
Families and homeschool advocates are fighting a bill that would grant officials unprecedented scope to interfere with individual homeschools
Three bills to improve the Virginia home instruction laws are making excellent progress in the General Assembly.
When a boy’s health issues prompted a family to begin homeschooling, the local school district made unreasonable demands for documentation. HSLDA intervened.
HSLDA has submitted comments opposing the latest attempt by the federal government to regulate teaching on the state and local level.
Homeschoolers in North Dakota will not be required to pass a state civics test in order to get a high school diploma, thanks to an amendment to a bill signed recently by Governor Dalrymple.
Attorneys for a police officer accused of violating an HSLDA member family’s rights have asked the court to dismiss the lawsuit.
The 30th annual Oklahoma homeschool day at the capitol will include the renown neurosurgeon, speaker, and author.
Hundreds of students, teachers and parents joined federal lawmakers on Capitol Hill this week to promote school choice.
HSLDA opposes a well-meaning bill that would require homeschool students to pass a civics test in order to graduate. We feel the bill intrudes on the rights of parents.
New Hampshire is considering imposing a federally developed citizenship test on homeschoolers and private school students as a condition of graduation. HSLDA opposes this proposal.
A graduate of a church school’s home instruction program asked HSLDA to intervene when she was denied admission to a cosmetology program in Huntsville.
A new Senate bill would stop federal contracts from being used as an incentive to promote national tests, curricula and the Common Core.
The Goochland County School Board voted last week to repeal its policy which said that when parents choose to homeschool under Virginia’s religious exemption option, 14-year-old students (and up) can be required to attend a board hearing and answer questions about their faith.
A problem common in Pennsylvania took a new twist when a public school district told homeschooling parents to revise their student’s learning objectives based on state core standards. We told the family these standards did not apply.