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2020 HSLDA Magazine, Issue 1

COURT REPORT

How to tell a story

The opportunities and risks of the next 30 years will likely be different from those of the last 30 years—so we must adapt and be nimble. Telling our stories together, we will keep homeschooling free for future generations.
COURT REPORT

On the shoulders of giants...

HSLDA has been protecting the freedom of homeschooling families for 37 years. And, every once in the while, the small victories of the past coalesce into something much, much bigger.
COURT REPORT

Tutors? Co-ops? Private schools?

A state law primer for the new-to-homeschooling parent.
COURT REPORT

Generational wins for homeschooling

Two homeschooled kids meet, go on to law school, become lawyers, become homeschool dads . . . and then stand up for homeschool freedom.
ARTICLE

Child Labor and Work Permit Laws in Missouri

Homeschooling? Here’s what you should know about Missouri’s child labor laws and work permit requirements.
NEWS

Public School Gives Homeschooler A’s … and Truancy Charges?

Public school officials accused a teen of missing every class this school year. And, they handed him a report card indicating he had earned A’s on a pair of exams that he never took. But he has been homeschooled since kindergarten.
ARTICLE

Case Dismissed: Charges Against New Homeschoolers Dropped

HSLDA sees this quite a bit: a family decides to homeschool to meet the needs of their children, and school districts who don’t understand the law try to take legal action. In fact, this happened to several families recently.
NEWS

Will Executive Order for Kansas Private Schools Affect Your Homeschool?

Our reading of the governor’s latest order mandating health precautions in private schools is that it shouldn’t affect “typical” homeschools. If yours isn’t typical, you may need to seek advice.
NEWS

Timing is Everything

With public schools in disarray due to COVID-19, homeschooling provides millions of families with real choices to address the education of their children. Which makes professor Elizabeth Bartholet’s call for banning homeschooling terribly ill-timed.
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