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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.
A Senate vote on the dangerous UN disabilities treaty could come soon. HSLDA has compiled excellent resources to help homeschoolers fight against it.
HSLDA has objected to a decision by state education officials to make homeschoolers file their respective notices of intent electronically. For the current school year homeschoolers may still use a paper form.
August recess is an excellent time to contact your senators in their home offices and urge them to oppose the dangerous UN disabilities treaty.
HSLDA recently assisted a member family after the local superintendent asked them to complete a school census form that sought information beyond what state law requires.
HSLDA helped a member family refute charges of neglecting their teenage daughter.
Questions about accreditation threatened to keep a homeschool graduate from completing courses at a teacher education institute—six years after she finished high school. HSLDA helped resolve the situation.
Public school officials were silenced and a new homeschool mom was happy after HSLDA intervened to confront unconstitutional “waiting period” requirements.
When an insurance company tried to deny a discount by questioning the legitimacy of a homeschooler’s report card, HSLDA intervened.
North Carolina became the 10th state to reject Common Core academic standards and testing when the governor signed Senate Bill 812.
A Senate committee’s approval of a dangerous UN treaty means it could come up for ratification at any time. We need you to contact your senators and oppose this threat to parental rights and national sovereignty.
Thanks to your efforts, the U.S. Senate rejected a bill that targeted religious freedom.
HSLDA helped a homeschool graduate after officials at a community college initially denied her admission and federal financial aid.
A Senate bill would repeal certain Religious Freedom Restoration Act protections in an attempt to overturn the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision. We need your help to stop this dangerous legislation.
HSLDA helped a member family qualify their young son for a program meant to help high school juniors and seniors enroll in college courses.
Delaware has passed appropriations legislation for the 2015 fiscal year, including a provision guaranteeing that homeschoolers will continue to receive free driver education.