Originally Sent: 3/1/2016

HSLDA's WEEKLY UPDATE
March 1, 2016
   
    
Michael Farris, HSLDA Founder and Chairman and homeschooling father of 10
   

No government can ever take the place of a mother and father.
Michael P. Farris

  1. Federal Government Tells Parents: “We Are Your Equals”
  2. Good Enough to Die, but Not Good Enough for DeVry?
  3. Show Me Your Papers!
  4. Homeschool Heartbeat: Help Your Student Start a Business
  5. New English, Mathematics, Spanish, and Latin Courses
  6. Poetry Contest Accepting Entries

1. Federal Government Tells Parents: “We Are Your Equals”

Federal Government Tells Parents: “We Are Your Equals”

Washington policymakers think they are “equal partners” with parents. They’re wrong. Read more >>

2. Good Enough to Die, but Not Good Enough for DeVry?

When DeVry University rejected an Army combat veteran’s homeschool diploma, he turned to HSLDA. Read more >>

3. Mississippi: Show Me Your Papers!

Mississippi actually considered forcing kids to carry an official ID at all times, and slapping them with fines and community service if they forgot. Read more >>

4. Homeschool Heartbeat: Help Your Student Start a Business!

Help Your Student Start a Business

Is your homeschool student an aspiring entrepreneur? Well, she can start her own microbusiness—while she’s still a student! Find out more on this week’s Homeschool Heartbeat with accountant Carol Topp. Listen to the program >>

5. New English, Mathematics, Spanish, and Latin Courses!

New English, Mathematics, Spanish, and Latin Courses!

HSLDA Online Academy is offering new high school level courses in English, mathematics, Spanish, and Latin. Save up to $100 per course with the early registration discount! HSLDA members save an additional $50–$100. Registration opens next Wednesday, March 9. See our course offering! >>

6. Poetry Contest Accepting Entries

Homeschool students ages 7–19 have until May 1 to submit poems to the Home School Foundation’s annual poetry contest. Read more >>

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