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HSLDA Defeats Demand for Involuntary Educational Evaluations
A New Jersey family will not have to surrender their children to educational evaluations conducted by the public schools, thanks to the timely intervention of HSLDA.

More Top Stories (2015 Archive)


End Discrimination against Homeschool Graduates


Public School Sports for Homeschoolers?


Governor Vetoes Compulsory School Age Increase


Big Co-op Growing Pains


Homeschool Law Changed


Department of Education Revises Homeschool Diploma


Concerned about Head Start and Federal Early Education Programs? Let Congress Know!


Homeschoolers Included in Dual Credit Courses


Homeschooled Student Accepted for Dual Enrollment Courses


Law Removes State from Common Core Testing Consortium


Why SF 345 Will Help Bullies and Hurt Their Victims


Governor Signs Religious Freedom Bill


Call Congress Now to Voice Your Support for Homeschoolers Around the World!


Common Core: Parents Opt Out, Government Steps In


Homeschool Teams to Play Interscholastic Sports


School Acknowledges Homeschool Graduate Doesn’t Need GED


H.R. 5: What Parents Need to Know about the Student Success Act of 2015


School District Excludes Qualified Evaluator


Social Security Restores Benefits to Two Homeschooling Families


Homeschool Access to Low-Cost College Firmly Established


Governor Signs Parental Rights Bill


HSLDA Defends Family against Truancy Charges


Homeschool Testing Law Repealed


Vote-a-rama 2015: Two Wins for Homeschoolers in this Year’s Federal Budget Battle


Truant Officer Seeks Information


New Law Adds SAT, ACT, PSAT to Test Options


Appeals court lets Arizona social workers off the hook


Access to Law Enforcement Training Improving


House Judiciary Committee Approves Homeschool Asylum Bill!


College Relents, Reinstates Homeschool Graduate


House Judiciary Committee to Vote on Homeschool Asylum Bill this Wednesday!


Need Special Accommodation for the SAT? Start Early


School District Wants “Transportation Registration Form”


Update on Homeschool Asylum Bill


Barrier to AP Tests Removed


“A” Student Booted by College Because He was Homeschooled


Calling Homeschool Scientists: Special Invitation to USA X-STEM Symposium


Attorney General Agrees With HSLDA


H.R. 1153 Offers Asylum for Homeschoolers


Compulsory Attendance Age Rises to 17 This Summer, then 18


School District Seeks Homeschool Records


Family Receives Visit from Attendance Officer


New Date for Submittal of Annual Notice of Intent


Department of Education Creates Unauthorized Diploma


Public Education from Birth to Four?


Oppressive Homeschool Law Proposed


Good Bills Moving Forward


Hernando County Makes Portfolio Request


HSLDA Says No to Proposed Federal Teacher Training Regulations


Homeschoolers Dodge State Civics Test


HSLDA Urges Court to Find Officer’s Home Entry Illegal


OCHEC Capitol Day Features Ben Carson


Giving Choice a Voice: A Rally for Educational Opportunity


Why HSLDA Opposes a Bill Filed by a Homeschool Dad


Federal Citizenship Test for Homeschoolers?


Homeschooler Denied Cosmetology School Admission


Help Us Stop Federal Support for the Common Core


School District Says Child Too Old to Homeschool


14-Year-olds No Longer Subject to Religious Questioning in Goochland


School District Rejects Homeschool Objectives


Homeschooled 12-Year-Old Pursues Electrical Engineering Degree


State Board Says Homeschool Diploma Insufficient