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Franklin County School Board Does the Right Thing
Several member families in Franklin County recently filed for a religious exemption from compulsory attendance as allowed by law in Virginia. However, the assistant superintendent demanded to meet with each family.

More Headlines (2004 Archive)


Suffolk County School District Relents, Accepts Brigham Young University Transcript


Nottoway County School District Retreats from Unconstitutional Demand


Suffolk County Retreats from Religious Exemption "Update" Demand


HSLDA Files Amicus Brief in Virginia Same—Sex Case


Three Public School Districts 'Reach Out' to Homeschoolers


Privacy wins in Virginia


Mother—in—law's Complaint Leads to Criminal Summons


Attorney General Vindicates Homeschoolers on Driver's Education


House of Delegates Rejects Governor’s Amendments


Governor Warner Amends Homeschool Freedom Bill


Army Recruiter Seeks State Evidence of Homeschool Graduation


Fairfax County Schools Apologizes for Mistake


Suffolk Public School District Backs Down from Kindergartener Testing


Old Prejudices Against Homeschooling Revealed in Hearing


Religious Exemption Policy: Rocky Start, Good Finish