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“Homeschoolers Don’t Work as Hard”
A homeschool mom was complying with the law but was disturbed when a state employee made a negative comment about homeschooling. We know that many people are still unfamiliar with the great track record of home educated students, but this worker’s comment was over the top.

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Public School Wants Homeschoolers Back


Leave Truancy Policy Alone


Blink: HSLDA Solves Problems Quick


Happy Homeschool Mom Hears “Not a Peep from the School Board!”


A Tale of Two Homeschoolers: Of Deadlines and Deficiencies


Dr. Bruce Shortt: Harsh Critique of West Virginia Public Schools


Animal Abuse Allegations Lead Family to HSLDA


Monongalia County Superintendent: New State Policy “In The Works”


School Board: Homeschooling Disorganized and Isolationist


HSLDA Responds to State Superintendent


State Superintendent: Homeschoolers Need More Oversight


Official Backs off Homeschooled Denial


Legislature Closes: The Good Die with the Bad


Erroneous Ohio County ‘Supplemental Curriculum’ Request Withdrawn


Wood County Corrects Error

 HSLDA Alerts & Information (WV)
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10/21/2014Stop Authorities Harrying Homeschoolers
9/29/2014Putnam County Homeschool Information Session TOMORROW
9/9/2014Homeschool Notice of Intent Reminder
2/25/2014Action Needed to Defend Freedom
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WATCH House Bill 2123: Raising Compulsory Attendance Age to 18
1/22/2015

WATCH House Bill 2184: Repealing Common Core
1/23/2015

WATCH House Bill 2188: Modifying Truancy Laws to Account for Tardiness
1/23/2015

WATCH House Bill 2258: Parents Bill Of Rights
1/26/2015

WATCH House Bill 2422: Removing GED Requirement for PROMISE Scholarship
1/28/2015

WATCH House Bill 2436: Increasing Number of Child Protective Service (“CPS”) Workers
1/28/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 256: Increasing Number of Unexcused Absences before Truancy Action
1/22/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 286: Religious Exemption from Immunization
1/26/2015

OPEN The West Virginia Legislature is in Session
1/14/2015

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