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Legal status and resources on homeschooling in Germany
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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. 
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Romeike vs. Germany

After fleeing Germany to the United States, the Romeike's now face the uncertain future as they may be subject to deportation in the next 12 months.
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Wunderlich Fact Sheet

Learn more about the Wunderlich family and their fight for homeschool freedom in Germany!
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German Homeschooled Children Seized by French Social Workers

October 6, 2009: Four German children were seized by French officials after escaping persecution in Germany for homeschooling
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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.
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Homeschooling Family Granted Political Asylum

Immigration Judge says Germany violated basic human rights—rules Romeike family can stay in the United States.
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COVID-19 Causes German Families to Rethink Homeschooling

A grand homeschooling experiment is underway in Germany—a country where homeschoolers have been oppressed by the government. Now, a German homeschool group is seeing an opportunity.
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Is Homeschooling a Window into the Soul of a Nation? What Romeike Really Means.

A central issue in the case remains unsettled. Is Germany’s treatment of homeschoolers persecution? Although our judiciary says no, the executive branch issued an indefinite stay of deportation—suggesting maybe yes.
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Homeschoolers v. Germany

May 26, 2015: The German high court believes that children belong to the state. But the United States Supreme Court affirms that children are free individuals under the care and tutelage of their parents. Which is it?
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Lawmakers Quietly Crack Down on Homeschooling

Germany’s antipathy toward home education seems to have infected lawmakers representing the neighboring German-speaking Community in Belgium
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Sweden: The Next Germany for Homeschoolers?

September 16, 2009: Home School Legal Defense Association has sent a formal letter inquiring about the case of Annie and Christer Johansson of Gottland, Sweden.
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Judge Rebuilds “Berlin Wall” Just for Homeschoolers

January 7, 2014: A judge’s decision has crushed the hopes of a German family who wanted to leave the country in order to resume homeschooling. 
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Wunderlich Children Forced to go to School

Judge Blocks Emigration as Seized German Children Now Go to Government School
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Judge: Homeschooling "Damages" Kids

October 2, 2012: Parents Lose Custody of Children for Sake of “Integration”
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Come Peacefully Now or by Force Later

Michael Farris Calls on Homeschoolers to Support Persecuted German Family
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Children Seized in Shocking Raid

August 30, 2013: Wunderlich children taken to unknown locations after officials separate them from parents
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German Homeschooled Children Return Home under Court Supervision

October 13, 2009: The Wunderlich family is returned custody of their four children
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Wunderlichs regain freedom to leave but vow to stay and fight

August 28, 2014: A German family has vowed to keep homeschooling now that an appeals court has returned legal custody of their children.
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German parents face years in prison if they continue homeschooling

May 1, 2015: Wunderlich family fined and warned of prison sentence
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