From Evil Empire to Homeschooling Haven: Russia to Host GHEC 2018
November 14, 2017: In a few months one of the most exciting things I can imagine is going to happen: a global home education conference will take place in one of the most unlikely places—Russia.
Child Tracking: The Crisis in Bulgaria
November 14: Bulgaria intends to boost enforcement of compulsory school attendance laws. This does not bode well for homeschooling.
Sharing the Joy: Regional Conferences Spread Hope for International Homeschoolers
November 14, 2017: HSLDA Canada’s chairman helped spread the word about homeschooling at several events in Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
The Beginning of a Movement: Homeschooling in Chile
November 14, 2017: A former missionary kid turned homeschool mom reports how turmoil in the country’s education system is leading more families to teach their children at home.
South Africa Homeschoolers Face New Threats
November 14, 2017: A review of the laws and policies on home education started in 2014, and it is still ongoing.
Homeschooling Continues to Boom in Australia
November 14, 2017: The number of students registered for homeschooling grew by 13% nationally from 2014 to 2015 and again by 13% from 2015 to 2016.
South Africa Threatens to Overturn Advances in Homeschool Freedom
A new law proposed in South Africa would impose dramatic new burdens on homeschooling families and authorize the government to jail noncompliant parents for up to six years.