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Social Worker Prevents Family from Homeschooling
In order to accommodate their teenage sons’ chronic medical conditions, a family carefully fulfilled all the state’s legal requirements to begin teaching at home. Brushing aside the law, however, a social worker insisted the family wait to start homeschooling until they met her educational demands.

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HSLDA sues to protect family's 4th amendment right to home privacy.

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