Calls Made to Try and Halt Homeschooling Policy Approval
August 7, 2018: A South African newspaper reports that about 1,000 calls and emails were sent to the Department of Basic Education only days before the Council of Education Ministers approved its homeschooling policy.
New Homeschooling Law to be Implemented
August 7, 2018: A controversial homeschooling policy has now been approved by the Council for Education Ministers (CEM), and will become a new law. The policy will provide for the registration, implementation and monitoring of homeschooling across South Africa.
Record-Setting Event Promotes Homeschooling in Russia and the World
May 30, 2018: GHEC 2018 showed that homeschooling is a vibrant, growing movement prepared to meet the challenge of teaching a burgeoning youth population.
Leader Proposes Legislation Guaranteeing the Right to Home Education
May 17, 2018: A Brazilian newspaper reports progress toward a law protecting this fundamental right.
Unhappy Parents Embrace Homeschooling in Record Numbers
April 23, 2018: A newspaper reports thant the number of children being taught at home has soared more than 80 per cent over the past six years, propelled by strong growth in Victoria and NSW, which account for 54 per cent of home-school registrations nationwide.
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.