18 results for 2020 issue 1
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.
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.
Tutors? Co-ops? Private schools?
A state law primer for the new-to-homeschooling parent.
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.
Roadschooling: Exploring the possibilities
Ever thought about taking your homeschool on the road? Take a look at these four families’ answers to common questions about roadschooling, and maybe get a few tips for your family!
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.
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.
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.
Sixth Circuit “Right-to-Public-Education” Appeal Dismissed
In the famous words of Miracle Max, the Sixth Circuit panel’s bad decision is now all dead, not just mostly dead.