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Homeschooler with Autism earns Employee of the Month

Who doesn’t love a happy ending?
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Sisters Find Their Forte as Bluegrass Band

These bluegrass sisters are winning competitions and enjoying life! 
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Sisters Embrace New Family Tradition as Professional Musicians

A budding string trio composed of homeschooled sisters is charting a new musical course for their family and community.
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Homeschool Family’s Christmas Concert a Gift to the Community

What started as a concert in their basement is now a much-loved event that draws thousands and raises money for charity.
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Letters Deluge Harvard Magazine with Tales of Homeschool Success

The letters praise homeschooling with the authentic voice of those who have seen how the educational option has benefited their own families.
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Helping Bret Get into Lineman School

Though homeschool graduates are considered prize recruits by many colleges and universities, trade schools can sometimes reluctant to accept them. That’s when HSLDA’s help can make a big difference.
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“Educators for Maine” Now Available to Homeschool Graduates

Home instruction graduates are now entitled participate in the “Educators for Maine” program.
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Barrier To Law Enforcement Job Removed

A homeschool graduate seeking a law enforcement job in southern Maryland hit a roadblock. We helped clear the path.
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Homeschool Graduate Told His Diploma Isn’t Good Enough

When this graduate moved to Texas and applied for a job, he was told his homeschool diploma was “invalid.” Fortunately, he knew who to call.
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Keep Homeschooling Free

An HSLDA attorney tells why as a teen he asked his parents to homeschool him, describes how effective the educational option is and explores why it should not be banned.
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Introducing new series: HSLDA’s Response to Harvard Professor Bartholet

Bartholet's Harvard Magazine article recites the opinion that homeschooling is not only a health and safety risk for children but also a threat to society—and that homeschooled kids could become enemies of the state. HSLDA responds.
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How a Teen with Asperger’s Became an Entrepreneur

He used to avoid talking with people. Now he’s a spokesperson for how homeschooling can help other struggling students.
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Homeschooler’s Novel a Double Triumph

While publishing a story about teens resisting an oppressive regime, Joel had to overcome some difficulties of his own. 
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Don’t Ban Homeschooling Based on Stereotypes

Homeschooling is one of the best things that has happened to me, in part because it allowed my parents to teach moral and religious values right along with academic and hands-on instruction.
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Fighting For a Homeschooled EMT’s Job Application

This young woman earned certificates in firefighting and emergency medical work. But a fire department said they couldn’t hire her because she was a homeschool graduate.
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Grad Goes to Jail … But It’s Not What You Think

Employers at a detention facility wouldn’t hire a young man because they didn’t recognize his homeschool diploma.
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Injury Helps Top Track Athlete Learn Compassion, Endurance

This athlete was poised to make her mark as a national contender. Then a severe knee injury took her down another path. 
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In Defense of Homeschooling: Writers Respond to Harvard Prof's Call for a Ban

Harvard graduates, journalists, researchers, advocates, and other friends of homeschooling pointed out how Bartholet’s views mischaracterize the movement and threaten freedom.
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Engineering & African Drumming Inspire Homeschool Graduate

Zion Utsey overcame adversity to compile some impressive credentials as a homeschool graduate. He’s an athlete and a musician, and he’s traveled to Africa to explore his heritage—but a local university still wants him to take the GED.
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Say No to Harvard—Keep Homeschool Freedom for Kids

A Harvard professor’s call for banning homeschooling has resurrected old criticisms. Here’s how we’re responding and what you can do, too.
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