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“It’s Difficult to Call That Anything But Discrimination”
An auto insurance company was granting public and private school students a discount for a B average report card—but its policy raised the bar significantly for homeschool students.

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State Removes Error-riddled Homeschool Webpage at Request of HSLDA, FHE


HSLDA, Governor’s Office Save This Homeschooler’s Job


Paul Mitchell Drops Requirement for Accredited Homeschool Program


HSLDA Persuades Hospital to Hire Homeschool Grad


Graduate’s Job Snag Leads to Better Hiring Policy


“Written Notice is Required” to Homeschool?


Where Did My “Good Student” Discount Go?


School Threatens to Publicly Shame Homeschooler


HSLDA to Court: Let Grandma Teach!


“Truancy Court” Case Was about Helping a Real Family


Judge: Not My Responsibility. HSLDA: Sure Is!


Judge Must Answer to Supreme Court


School’s Privacy Violation Puts Kids at Risk


HSLDA to Missouri Court of Appeals: Stop Illegal “Truancy Court”


Can We Scare You out of Homeschooling by Sending a Social Worker?

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 Missouri Resources
·LAWS: How to legally homeschool in Missouri.
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·ORGANIZATIONS: Connect with national, state, and local support groups.
·CASES: Defending Missouri homeschoolers in court.
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The Swearengin Case
Missouri Circuit Court Judge R. Craig Carter of Ava has attempted to summon a homeschooling family to appear before a court that doesn’t exist. HSLDA is pursuing legal action in the Missouri Supreme Court.

HSLDA to Missouri Court of Appeals: Stop Illegal “Truancy Court”
On April 1, HSLDA asked the Missouri Court of Appeals to order Circuit Court Judge R. Craig Carter of Ava to stop his attempt to summon a homeschooling family to appear before a court that doesn’t exist.

Eighth Circuit Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Homeschoolers
A federal appeals court ruled unanimously in favor of HSLDA members Ron and Joann Fitzgerald on Wednesday and held that school districts may not force homeschooled children to submit to special—needs evaluations against their parents' wishes.

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