Big Win for Irish Homeschoolers Curtails Growing Government Invasions
October 4, 2019 A court ruling means Irish homeschoolers no longer risk going to jail for defending their rights and protecting their children’s privacy.
Trump’s Historic UN Speech Should Help Persecuted Homeschoolers
September 25, 2019: President Trump reminded world leaders that religious freedom is of primary importance—a message we hope will benefit oppressed homeschoolers.
Swiss Court: Homeschooling a Privilege, Not a Right
September 24, 2019: The federal supreme court of Switzerland has ruled that homeschooling is a not a right, and that local governments may ban the practice.
Homeschooling Moves Forward in Ukraine, Philippines, Mexico, and Taiwan
September 10, 2019: New laws in these nations have removed barriers to homeschooling, which in turn has encouraged more families to explore this exciting educational option.
Homeschooling Family Arrested, Supreme Court Asked to Intervene
August 21, 2019: The Kenyan Supreme Court has been asked to determine the constitutionality of home education in the case of two parents who were prosecuted for truancy, but were providing an excellent education for their children at home.
The Fight for Educational Freedom in Lithuania
August 21, 2019: Lithuanian lawmakers are considering legislation that could make homeschooling legal in the Baltic nation. Meanwhile, families who are currently homeschooling face threats and harassment.
Judge Calls Homeschooling Harmful, Orders Child Back to School
August 20, 2019: A judge ordered a mother to send her child back to school, ruling that homeschooling fails to prepare students for adult life.