As Homeschooling Grows Globally, Challenges Grow with It
April 12, 2018: Homeschooling is a growing global movement—this is clear to us as we make our way around the globe meeting with leaders, policymakers, and families.
Homeschoolers Enjoy Freedom in the United Kingdom—But for How Long?
April 6, 2018: In terms of home education, the United Kingdom has been described as one of the most permissive in the world. That could change.
Can Homeschooling Bring a Grassroots Revival to Jersey Island?
March 28, 2018: A homeschool mom on the island of Jersey reflects on how home education has helped her inculcate spiritual values.
The First Battle in the War against Education Freedom
March 28, 2018: National legislation introduced last year seems intent on granting the government greater control home education.
Families Denied Permission to Homeschool in Curaçao
March 28, 2018: In Curaçao, officials are harassing homeschool families despite a provision in the education law that should make home education legal.
“Homeschooling in Brazil Is a Fact. It’s Not Going Away.”
March 20, 2018: As the Brazilian supreme court prepares to rule on a high-profile case involving home education, the homeschool community in Brazil is not only flourishing—it’s growing.
Homeschooled Boy Tackled by Police
February 14, 2019: What should have been a happy homecoming to Norway for Leif and Terese Kristiansen turned into a parent’s worst nightmare when the child welfare agency brutally removed their son, Kai, after they started homeschooling.