Originally Sent: 3/8/2016
|March 8, 2016|
We’re here to protect your family from government overreach.
Are homeschooled kids really at a higher risk of undetected abuse than public schooled students? Caseworkers in Massachusetts seem to think so. Read more >>
Instead of blaming homeschooling, journalists should focus on real risk factors in the fight against child abuse. Read more >>
When a school district threatened to investigate a family for truancy, Scott Woodruff asked for proof. (Checkmate.) Read more >>
We helped a young homeschooled sharpshooter participate in a shooting contest—and fixed the policy that nearly kept her out. Read more >>
Legislators and advocates worked together to improve South Dakota’s homeschool law. Read more >>
Many foster kids spend much of their childhood feeling forgotten and lonely. How can we help them? For Anne Evans, a homeschool graduate and a foster parent, the answer is simple. Find out more on today’s Homeschool Heartbeat. Listen to the program >>
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Homeschool students ages 7–19 have until May 1 to submit poems to the Home School Foundation’s annual poetry contest. Read more >>
Legislation in Your State
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