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How West Virginia’s Catch-22 Hurts Promising Homeschool Students
Jonathan Biedler is a 16-year-old Martinsburg resident who scored 1390 on the SAT and is a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist. And yet, due to a conflict in West Virginia’s homeschool law, he is blocked from eligibility for the state’s broadest scholarship.

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