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HSLDA Peels Away Red Tape So Family Can Keep Homeschooling
This family followed New York’s homeschooling law for 17 years. Their kids were making good academic progress. They turned in their assessment just like they always did—and suddenly found themselves put on academic probation.

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District Backs Away from Wrongful Probation Order


Art School Jeopardizes $50,000 Scholarship


What It Takes to Free a Child from District 75


District: Pick Any Science Course You Want—As Long as It’s Biology


District to Family: Prove You Live Here or Stop Homeschooling


NYC Art School: Cancel Your Flight, Take the GED


Batt Brief: Why Joseph Couldn’t Close the Door


Acevedo Case Moving Forward


District Defies State Regs, Forces New Rules on Homeschoolers


Happy 17th Birthday! Now You’re a Dropout


Is Your Home Your Castle—or Not?


School Officials Repeatedly Harass Homeschooling Family


When Keeping Good Records isn’t Enough


When Some Graduates are More Equal Than Others


HSLDA Sues New York City

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4/11/2018Homeschool Legislative Day at the Capitol is a Week Away on April 17
1/17/2018Please Come to Albany on Monday! We Need You at Board of Regents Meeting!
1/3/2018Please Act Now to Help Modernize New York’s Homeschool Regulations!
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 New York Resources
·LAWS: How to legally homeschool in New York.
·LEYES EN ESPAÑOL: Cómo enseñar en casa legalmente en New York.
·ORGANIZATIONS: Connect with national, state, and local support groups.
·CASES: Defending New York homeschoolers in court.
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The Acevedo Case
HSLDA sues to counter systemic mistreatment of homeschooling families by New York City’s central education office.

The Batt Case
HSLDA sues to protect family's 4th amendment right to home privacy.

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