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The Freedom to Use Your Own Form, or No Form
At our request, Arkansas education officials are planning to make their rules about the annual notice of intent comply with state law.

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January 10 Hearing for New Homeschool Rule


“We need you to come by and sign the application”


Official Implies Homeschool Programs are Inferior


Disarming Discriminatory Policies


Law Removes State from Common Core Testing Consortium


Governor Signs Religious Freedom Bill


Homeschool Teams to Play Interscholastic Sports


Homeschool Testing Law Repealed


State Testing Options for Homeschoolers


Department of Education Mandates Electronic Form


Homeschoolers Allowed to Participate in Interscholastic Activities


Playing Field Leveled For Scholarship Program


Bad Bill Averted


Bad Homeschool Bill Defeated


Compulsory Attendance Age Adjusted

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6/22/2018Using State’s Notice of Intent Form No Longer Mandatory—And All the Other New Rules!
5/25/2018Yellville-Summit Virtual Program: Kids and Parents Lose
4/11/2018Cabot’s Daytime Curfew: What You Need to Know
7/19/2017Expanded Access to Sports
7/18/2017Life Gets Better for Arkansas Homeschool Families: House Bill 1574 Becomes Law
7/17/2017Public Schools May Now Give Homeschool Students Access to Classes
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