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A senior HSLDA attorney joined others to testify against IRS rules that would restrict what certain advocacy groups could say about political candidates.
The author of a letter from the local public school district acknowledged her error after being contacted by HSLDA.
HSLDA urges Maryland homeschoolers not to give in when officials try to bully them into revealing who teaches their children (other than parents).
HSLDA is standing with organizations such as the ACLU to oppose new IRS rules that would restrict what we can tell members about elected officials.
A bill is rocketing toward enactment that will change how Wisconsin homeschool families are able to obtain access to public school classes.
The Pennsylvania Legislature has made it a crime to knowingly provide a false report of child abuse. HSLDA welcomes the new law as a step in the right direction toward protecting families.
Proposed federal regulations would authorize state officials to collect data on homeschool students whose parents are migrant workers. HSLDA needs your help to stop this unlawful proposal.
HSLDA and concerned parents told Michigan lawmakers that kids shouldn’t be treated as common or like cars in testimony about the dangers posed by the Common Core.
In the past week, Congress has come out loud and clear against the federal government pressuring states to adopt the Common Core. Your support of congressional efforts can help promote local control of education.
The Wyoming Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional a law intended to strip power from a popular and homeschool-friendly state superintendent of education.
A member family who tried to claim a religious exemption to state homeschool regulations were eventually threatened with truancy charges. HSLDA came to their aid.
HSLDA recently assisted a member family who had received a letter from the local school district informing them that they had to complete and submit a “Home School Evaluator’s Transcript” form at the end of the school year.
HSLDA recently assisted a member family whose statement of intent to begin a home education program was rejected because the parent had not used the “official” form.
Though HSLDA does not recommend that homeschoolers take high school equivalency exams, members should be aware that 14 states have switched from the well-known GED to other such exams. Four more states now allow options besides the GED.
Across the country, parents and public school students are slowing the Common Core’s progress by refusing to take Common Core-aligned assessments. These efforts have caused some school administrators to cancel standardized testing.
HSLDA helped a homeschool family when their school district insisted that a certified teacher evaluate their home education program.
HSLDA assisted a member family in Georgia after the school district in which they live erroneously informed parents about legal requirements for homeschooling.
HSLDA needs your help to protect free speech! Please tell federal officials you oppose a proposed rule that would restrict HSLDA and similar organizations from discussing certain political topics during election season.
HSLDA helped resolve a situation where a school district issued instructions for a year-end portfolio that were contrary to state guidelines.
Three bills pending in the Wisconsin Legislature would change homeschoolers’ access to public school classes.