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HSLDA helped a homeschool family who were told—according to a misguided policy—that their curriculum must follow the Common Core.
Homeschoolers met with Senate staffers on Capitol Hill last week while calls poured in from fellow home educators—all in opposition to a dangerous UN disabilities treaty. Thanks to these efforts, a vote on the treaty could be delayed.
HSLDA Founder and Chairman Michael Farris testified before Congress last week of the need to enshrine parental rights in the U.S. Constitution.
HSLDA Founder and Chairman Michael Farris suggests ways in which Oklahoma can respond to the federal government punishing the state for rejecting the Common Core.
HSLDA helped a member family when a public school official requested personal information not required by law.
When a homeschool mom applied to be her children’s tutor, the local public school district asked for personal information to which it was not entitled.
After being contacted by HSLDA, a public school district changed its rules for dual enrollment to make them comply with state law.
A homeschool family in full compliance with state law was nevertheless unexpectedly—and wrongfully—threatened with truancy changes. HSLDA helped them resolve the matter.
Until state law changes, homeschool graduates who want to earn a livelihood as Kansas police officers will face unfair obstacles.
When Congress returns from recess next week, we will need your help to defeat once and for all the dangerous UN disabilities treaty.
After being thwarted for more than five years, HSLDA finally obtained benefits for a disabled veteran’s homeschooled daughter.
HSLDA helped a new homeschool family when they were wrongfully accused of truancy.
A new homeschool family threatened with truancy charges heard nothing further from officials after HSLDA intervened.
An official who mistakenly thought a homeschool student’s test scores were too low changed her stance after HSLDA pointed out the error.
HSLDA recently assisted a member family after their local public school superintendent insisted the homeschooling parent and her son meet with the official monthly.
HSLDA Chairman Michael Farris speaks out against ideologies in the homeschooling community that have resulted in harm to families.
A family accused of truancy after withdrawing their son from public school turned to HSLDA for help.
A college admissions office revised a form after HSLDA queried the school about a confusing—and unhelpful—question aimed at homeschoolers.
HSLDA prevented discrimination against a homeschool graduate who was trying to enlist in the Navy.
HSLDA is suing authorities who accused a homeschooling mom of faking her children’s illnesses in order to get attention. The children were genuinely sick but were removed from their home and placed in foster care.