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California Homeschool Laws
Questions about how to homeschool in California? Start here for a quick overview: homeschooling laws & requirements, compulsory attendance ages, withdrawal, access to sports & special ed. services, recordkeeping, work permits, jury duty . . .
Homeschooling in 2020: New Insights
Why did so many parents choose to homeschool rather than return to the public school system? Let’s look at some of the reasons.
A Tale of Two Trends: Online Charter Schools Flounder, Homeschools Flourish
After a scandal involving misuse of funds, the California Legislature introduced a measure to reform online charter schools. Meanwhile, homeschooling in the state hit an all-time high. Are the trends linked?
A Look back at the Great California Homeschool Case of 2008
Professor Bartholet seems to feel that our effective advocacy has been underhanded in some way, referring to the "notorious Jonathan L. case in California." What exactly happened during that fateful case in 2008?
2020 Court Report
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.
Head Start to Where?
Research casts doubt on federal early childhood programs
British Homeschool Registry Bill Foreshadows Far-Reaching Regulations
A bill introduced in the British parliament, which includes a new mandatory homeschool registry, would give education bureaucrats unfettered power to impose far-reaching, intrusive, and arbitrary rules.
Veteran Homeschoolers: “You Can Do This!”
Weeks into coronavirus-induced school-at-home, the media is reporting that many parents feel overwhelmed. But longtime homeschoolers want these families to know it doesn’t have to be this way.
Here’s Why Good People Oppose "Reasonable" Homeschool Regulation
Harvard Professor Elizabeth Bartholet laments the fact that vigilant parents have historically resisted attempts to impose more regulations on homeschooling. Here are eight reasons why even well-meaning regulations can do more harm than good.