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Department of Education Refuses Private School Registration
Alabama’s Department of Education is refusing to give homeschoolers the legal form that they must file with the state. HSLDA has developed a form letter that our members can use to tell the state superintendent about their good faith effort to follow the law (and about the education department’s refusal to permit them to do so).

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Homeschooler Denied Cosmetology School Admission


New Law Recognizes Home Instruction


Truancy Charges Dismissed!


Shelby County Creates Private Tutor Requirements


Compulsory Attendance Age Lowered


Tuscaloosa County Addresses Issue of “Local” Church


Mobile City Council Reverses Itself, Passes Daytime Curfew


Proposed Mobile Daytime Curfew Defeated


Favorable Opinion from Attorney General


Legislation Affecting Homeschoolers Dies


School District Adds to Private Tutor Requirements


Attendance Officer Threatens New Homeschoolers


Controversy over “Attendance” at Church Schools


Controversy Over Meaning of “Local”


Compulsory Attendance Age Increased

 HSLDA Alerts & Information (AL)
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2/9/2016Action Requested—Email Representatives to Stop Data Collection Bill
11/12/20152015 Civil Liberties and Student Data Privacy Summit
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 Alabama Resources
·LAWS: How to legally homeschool in Alabama.
·LEYES EN ESPAƑOL: CĆ³mo enseƱar en casa legalmente en Alabama.
·ORGANIZATIONS: Connect with national, state, and local support groups.
·CASES: Defending Alabama homeschoolers in court.
·LEGISLATION: Alabama legislation that affects homeschoolers.
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 State Legislation
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WATCH House Bill 112: Proposes an Alabama Constitutional Amendment on Parental Rights
2/10/2016

WATCH House Bill 125: Creates an Alabama Longitudinal Data System
2/8/2016

WATCH Senate Bill 55: Revises Grandparent Visitation Act
2/2/2016

WATCH Senate Bill 60: Terminates Implementation of the Common Core Standards
2/8/2016

OPEN The Alabama Legislature is in Session
2/2/2016

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