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State Department Accepts Homeschool Diploma after HSLDA Intervenes
HSLDA helped persuade Missouri’s Department of Mental Health to change a hiring policy that discriminated against homeschool graduates.

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Juvenile Officer Requests Meeting


HSLDA to Social Worker: You Don’t Have Jurisdiction


Gasconade Apologizes for Notice Gaffe


Avoid West Plains Withdrawal Form


Court Victory for Homeschool Mom


Sheriff’s Training Academy Opens Door to Homeschooler


Homeschoolers Help Stop Raytown Daytime Curfew


HSLDA Clears Obstacle to Rodeo Participation


Austen-Dooley Hires Homeschool Graduate After HSLDA Intervenes


Update: “Diversity” Education for Homeschoolers


Bank Drops GED Demand After HSLDA Intervenes


Missouri Western Grants Early Admission after HSLDA Intervenes


Threat to Adoption Subsidy Doused


Springfield Task Force: “Diversity” Education for Homeschoolers


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WATCH House Bill 217: Changes the Laws Regarding Medical Neglect of Children
1/20/2015

WATCH House Bill 594: Creates a Scholarship for Secondary School Graduates
2/18/2015

OPEN The Missouri Legislature is in Session
1/7/2015

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Eighth Circuit Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Homeschoolers
A federal appeals court ruled unanimously in favor of HSLDA members Ron and Joann Fitzgerald on Wednesday and held that school districts may not force homeschooled children to submit to special—needs evaluations against their parents' wishes.

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