Originally Sent: 2/16/2016
|February 16, 2016|
The need for homeschool advocacy continues.
After losing a member family’s paperwork, a public school official issued a surprising warning. Read more >>
When a mother decided to homeschool her son because of health concerns, she was threatened with truancy charges. Home School Legal Defense Association helped resolve the issue. Read more >>
HSLDA enlisted the help of the federal Defense Department to help a homeschooled graduate be accepted into the National Guard. Read more >>
Homeschool laws vary greatly by state, and the difference between virtual freedom and heavy regulation can be as simple as a trip across the border. Stay tuned to hear Homeschool Heartbeat host Mike Farris and his guest discuss the best and worst states for homeschooling. Listen to the program >>
We are pleased to announce the winners of HSLDA’s 14th annual student essay contest! Check out the essays >>
Legislation in Your State
If you live in Alaska, the District of Columbia, Iowa, Nevada, the Virgin Islands, or West Virginia, click on the name of your state or the link below to learn about legislation that could affect your freedom to homeschool.
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