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Truancy Threat Evaporates
When a school district threatened to investigate a family for truancy, Scott Woodruff asked for proof. (Checkmate.)

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Army National Guard Accepts Homeschool Graduate


Welding Program Rejects Homeschool Graduate


HSLDA Defeats Demand for Involuntary Educational Evaluations


Westfield to Formally Drop Common Core Demands


Westfield Demands Homeschooler Follow Common Core


Newark Schools Threaten Family with Prosecution


West Cape May Wants to Review Homeschool Books


School’s Reluctance Nearly Costs Teen a Job


Charges Dropped, Case Dismissed After HSLDA Intervenes


File “Application” to Homeschool or We’ll Prosecute You


Principal Drops Request to Approve Family’s Curriculum


Victory for Homeschool Student’s Medicaid Appeal


Middlesex County College Drops ATB Demand


HSLDA Wins Appeal against Social Security Administration


Cornell University Asks for GED or State—Approved Diploma

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11/1/2016HSLDA Fighting for Your Freedom in the State Legislature
1/13/2016 16-Year-Olds Can Now Keep Health Treatment Secret
1/5/2016Compulsory School Age Increase Advances; Other Bills Hang in Balance
12/8/2015Call Now to Prevent Expansion of Compulsory Education Age
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WATCH Assembly Joint Resolution 80: Designates May of each year as "Home-Schooling Month"
4/13/2016

WATCH Assembly Bill 142: Requires Homeschool Parents to Notify School Districts Annually and School Districts to Maintain Records on Homeschooled Children
1/27/2016

WATCH Assembly Bill 1874: Raises Compulsory School Attendance Age to 18
1/27/2016

WATCH Assembly Bill 2356: Places Burdensome Red Tape on Homeschool Families and Prevents Homeschooling in Certain DYFS Cases
2/10/2016

WATCH Assembly Bill 2633: School Can Force Truancy Counseling
11/1/2016

WATCH Assembly Bill 2661: Prohibits Homeschooling of Children Under DCPP Care, Custody, or Supervision Without DCPP Approval
2/8/2016

WATCH Assembly Bill 2722: Requires Boards of Education to Permit Homeschoolers to Participate in Public School Sports
2/8/2016

WATCH Assembly Bill 2723: Requires School District to Permit Access by "Home-School Students" to Public School Extracurricular Activities; Introduces New Terminology
2/10/2016

WATCH Assembly Bill 3368: Provides That Children Under Care, Custody or Supervision of DCPP May Not Be Homeschooled
5/3/2016

WATCH Assembly Bill 3495: Allows Home Schooled Students to Participate In NJ STARS Scholarship Program
7/8/2016

WATCH Senate Bill 582: Grants “Home-schooled” Students Access to Sports in the Public Schools
1/12/2016

WATCH Senate Bill 801: Changes statutory exemptions from mandatory immunizations
6/1/2016

WATCH Senate Bill 823: Raises Compulsory Attendance Age to 18
1/12/2016

WATCH Senate Bill 1203: Requires Boards of Education to Permit Homeschoolers to Participate in Public School Sports
10/12/2016

WATCH Senate Bill 1406: Requires Medical Exams, Portfolios, Denies Homeschooling for Children under DYFS Supervision
2/11/2016

WATCH Senate Bill 2007: Provides That Children Under Care, Custody or Supervision of DCPP May Not Be Homeschooled
5/3/2016

OPEN The New Jersey legislative session: open 01/12/16 and close 01/09/2018.
1/12/2016

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