State Prosecutes in Spite of Constitution
October 14, 2014: Two Irish families who rejected the onerous registration procedures created by a national agency have been prosecuted in court, demonstrating why even an explicit constitutional right to homeschool needs defending.
Professor: Parents Incapable of Teaching Reading and Writing
October 3, 2014: An education lecturer from Monash University in Australia claims that all children should learn in a school and that only highly trained professionals can help children to read and write.
Growing Movement Hit by Statist Backlash
October 4, 2014: As the homeschool movement continues to grow rapidly, some families who choose this non-traditional path of education have faced overwhelming resistance from state power.
UK Considers another Crackdown on Homeschooling
October 2, 2014: Homeschooling has been growing in Northern Ireland but now finds itself under attack.
Wunderlichs regain freedom to leave but vow to stay and fight
August 28, 2014: A German family has vowed to keep homeschooling now that an appeals court has returned legal custody of their children.
Annual Home Visits for Homeschoolers? No Thanks!
August 18, 2014: Things may be looking up for homeschoolers down under. A parliamentary inquiry is underway to assess the current regulations that are so oppressive that many families choose not to comply with them. Annual home visits and subjective discretion are some of the reasons homeschoolers in Australia choose to ignore the oppressive law.