Train up a child in the way he should go,
and when he is old he will not depart from it.

Proverbs 22:6

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HSLDA Defeats Demand for Involuntary Educational Evaluations
HSLDA | Top Stories 3015-03-29
A New Jersey family will not have to surrender their children to educational evaluations conducted by the public schools, thanks to the timely intervention of HSLDA.

Truant Officer Seeks Information
HSLDA | Top Stories 3015-03-29
A family new to homeschooling requested help when a truant officer showed up and asked if their children were obeying compulsory education laws.

Cherry Creek School District Distributes Inaccurate Homeschool Forms
HSLDA | Top Stories 3011-03-30
Contrary to what one school district requested, homeschoolers do not have to use local forms or provide more information than the law requires when filing a notice of intent.

More Florida Parents Choose Home Education
HSLDA | In The News 2104-08-21

For Some, the World is a Classroom
HSLDA | In The News 2099-10-01

Bad Bill Averted
HSLDA | Top Stories 2099-05-09
Thanks to the skillful lobbying efforts of The Education Alliance, a division of Arkansas’ Family Council, a bill that would have threatened homeschoolers’ freedoms was never filed in the Arkansas General Assembly.

Homeschooled Math Prodigy Eyes Cambridge
HSLDA | In The News 2099-01-08

HSLDA Responds to New IRS Proposed Regulation
HSLDA | Top Stories 2018-12-13
HSLDA opposes a proposed IRS regulation that would allow nonprofits to collect Social Security numbers from certain donors.

University Treats Homeschoolers Worse than Dropouts
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-05-20
A state university wanted to reject a homeschool graduate based on her ACT results, even though a high school dropout with the same score would have been admitted.

Could Bathroom Issue Lead to More Kids Being Home Schooled?
Home Schooling News 2016-05-19

Many parents in Texas are upset over the guidance public schools received late last week regarding transgender students being able to use whichever bathrooms and locker rooms they want. And they are apparently upset enough to think about pulling their kids out of the public school system.

Bullied teen chooses home schooling - CTV News
Home Schooling News 2016-05-18

Bullied teen chooses home schooling CTV News A west-Ottawa family has made the brave decision to go public with their story of bullying. David Armitage, 17, was in grade 12 at Dunrobin's West Carleton Secondary School when he became the victim of bullying.

EDITORIAL: Private school vouchers could preserve separate and equal bathrooms
Home Schooling News 2016-05-18

Fads were once a rite of the young, but were rarely held to be a civil right. Swallowing goldfish, raiding women's dorms for panties and packing large numbers of students into telephone booths were harmless, though not to everyone's taste.

Private school funding targeted
Home Schooling News 2016-05-18

'Christ the Redeemer Catholic Schools has repeatedly supported funding to maximize choice in education,' said Scott Morrison, CTR Catholic superintendent of schools. 'This includes separate schooling, home-schooling, alternative schooling, charter schooling, and private schooling.'

Take Government Money—or Else!
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-05-17
Homeschooling parents who were receiving a state subsidy for their adopted daughter decided they no longer needed the government’s money. Their caseworker couldn’t believe it.

Slocan Valley parents outraged by potential Winlaw school closure
Home Schooling News 2016-05-17

While addressing the SD8 school board on Tuesday evening, Winlaw Elementary Grade 5 student Daniel Sullivan compared the potential closure of his school to destroying a spiderweb. "The spiderweb has many threads that support it, and by closing the school you break one of those threads and affect all the other ones," Sullivan said, to applause from the nearly 400 people packed into the W.E Graham gymnasium on Tuesday evening.

Why 10th Grade Should Be the New Senior Year
Home Schooling News 2016-05-17

In 1983, "A Nation at Risk" focused political decisionmakers on the necessity of reframing public education into an accountability model designed to provide minimum standards of achievement. By 2001, the No Child Left Behind Act ensured that all states receiving federal funds would meet requirements for standardized testing, teacher qualifications, and funding priorities.

Former NFL MVP Turned Homeschool Dad, Shaun Alexander, to Speak at Virginia Event
HSLDA | In The News 2016-05-16

Clearing up Confusion over New Homeschool Law
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-05-16
After years of effort, we helped convince this state to modernize its homeschool law! Now comes the hard part—making sure everyone follows it.

Discrimination Almost Sinks Graduate’s Navy Internship
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-05-16
Confusion about Indiana’s homeschool law jeopardized a homeschool graduate’s background check. HSLDA explained the rules and helped him pass with flying colors.

These "road schooling" families turn home schooling into adventure - Arizona Daily Star
Home Schooling News 2016-05-16

These "road schooling" families turn home schooling into adventure Arizona Daily Star So they sold their house, bought a fifth-wheel trailer and now home-school their two children, ages 14 and 8, on the road full time.

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