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Invite Dan Beasley to Speak at Your Event!

Dan is an attorney and homeschool graduate who provides legal guidance and answers questions for HSLDA member families in 13 states.

U.S. Immigration Opposes Asylum Decision

The United States Government Agency for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has lodged an appeal against the granting of asylum to the Romeike family.

Homeschooling Family Granted Political Asylum

Immigration Judge says Germany violated basic human rights—rules Romeike family can stay in the United States.

State Groups Help Homeschoolers Get Plugged In

If you haven’t joined your state homeschool organization, you’re missing out on resources that can keep your family connected, informed, and involved at the local level.

HSLDA Global Services

Homeschooling families who do not reside within the United States and those who are citizens of other nations are eligible and invited to apply for membership with HSLDA. 

Romeike Fact Sheet

Facts and timeline of events on the Romeike family who are currently facing deportation from the United States after being in the US for 11 years. 

HSLDA Files Romeike v. Holder with U.S. Supreme Court

Home School Legal Defense Association files petition to the United States Supreme Court to hear the Romeike case after 6th Circuit Court of Appeals denial

Colombia Homeschooling

As the state school system continues to struggle, most Colombians receive much of their education at home or through on-the-job training.

China's New One-School Policy

The Chinese regime has banned homeschooling because homeschooled students are not uniformly exposed to state-sponsored indoctrination.

COVID-19: WVDE Guidance on Assessments During Coronavirus

The West Virginia state Department of Education recommends a sort of grace period for homeschoolers who submit a standardized test as their annual assessment.

Homeschool Grads no Longer Assumed Out-of-State Residents in University System

On April 21, Nebraska governor Pete Ricketts signed LB 92, a bill that will change the way homeschool graduates are categorized for purposes of in-state tuition in the Nebraska University system.

State Supreme Court Hands Victory to Virginia Homeschool Family

Kirk and Kristen Sosebee, second-generation homeschoolers, stood up for the rule of law when their local school district made demands that exceed the Virginia homeschool statute. Last week the state supreme court agreed with the Sosebees.

State School Census no Excuse for Demanding Extra Info from Homeschoolers

A district official told a homeschool family they had to provide their child’s birthdate as part of a school census authorized by state law. We think it’s a policy that needs to change.

DOJ Tells Supreme Court Homeschool Persecution Not A Problem

The United States Supreme Court has scheduled Romeike v. Holder for review conference February 21. The court is expected to rule on whether or not to take the case and issue its decision in its February 24 orders.

Invite Dr. Steve Duvall to Speak at Your Event!

Steve is a licensed/certified school psychologist in three states. He served as a public school psychologist and taught at the university level for a combined 40 years before joining HSLDA as the director of research.

Wunderlich vs. Germany

Dirk and Petra Wunderlich fight for the right to homeschool their children - a right that that is not recognized in Germany. Since 2006, the family has been in an ongoing battle against the state

Attorney Says Seizure of Wunderlich Children Reminiscent of Communist Regime

September 10, 2013: Dirk and Petra Wunderlich have not only had their children seized by the state but have been pressured into remaining in Germany.

HSLDA Promotes Freedom During Ministerial Week

We participated in U.S. State Department events promoting religious freedom and rallied outside the Cuban embassy to call for the release of jailed homeschool parents

Texas Statement of Assurance

Per Texas homeschool law, use this form to provide assurance that the five subjects delineated in Leeper (reading, spelling, grammar, mathematics, and the study of good citizenship) are being taught.

Update: Changes to Homeschool Requirements in Several States

Lawmakers and other officials have taken action to modify—or even waive—some homeschool requirements, including testing and other forms of assessment. Here’s the latest.
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