Train up a child in the way he should go,
and when he is old he will not depart from it.
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.
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.
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.
Home schooling semester begins on base DVIDS These classes, she added, are held once per week through late May 2017 and act as a supplement to what parents are already teaching their children at home, offering home-schooled children an environment to socialize with their peers.
Sen. Larry Taylor filed Senate Bill 3 on Monday. It's a school choice bill - and if passed it would allow parents to pull their kid from public schools and use a percentage of their per-pupil funding to pay private school tuition.
Frank Edelblut, center, speaks to a question by New Hampshire Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky, far right, during a public hearing on Gov. Chris Sununu's nomination of Edelblut to lead the state's education department, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, in Concord, N.H. less Frank Edelblut, center, speaks to a question by New Hampshire Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky, far right, during a public hearing on Gov. Chris Sununu's nomination of Edelblut to lead the state's education ... more Frank Edelblut listens during a public hearing on his nomination to lead the state's education department, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, in Concord, N.H. Frank Edelblut listens during a public hearing on his nomination to lead the state's education department, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, in Concord, N.H. Frank Edelblut, left, Gov. Chris Sununu's nominee to lead the state's education department, speaks to people with signs ... (more)
Homeschooling is not new to the North Shore but it is a concept that is growing leaps and bounds. Some turn to this alternative because they can't find what they want in traditional classrooms.
During National School Choice Week, one family shares insights on home-schooling Cronkite News MESA - This is National School Choice Week across the country. Some families are choosing not to send their children to traditional schools and home-school instead.
Though some people think home-schooled students have little social interaction, the growing number of home-schoolers in the Twin Counties have many opportunities to learn and play with others. According to data from North Carolinians for Home Education, there were 977 registered home schools in Nash and Edgecombe counties in the 2015-16 school year.
How to beat the bullies: Psychologists reveal the five ways to help your child if they are being teased at school They say that it is important not to keep children home from school, and never to ignore the problem in the hope the bullying stops by itself If you're a parent of a teased child, it's easy to feel helpless and at a loss to know how to help. Experts have reveal five ways you can help your child if they are being bullied.
Amid the negativity we see online, in print and on the air, something good has been happening in communities all across the nation recently, as parents, teachers and students staged events to mark this year's National School Choice Week. This is one trend that's moving in the right direction, fortunately.
A mother desperate to get her son into a specialist school due to his complex special needs has been left 'angry and frustrated' at the system. Deborah, from Burton, said her teenage son Adam has struggled for years with his schooling as mainstream settings are 'unable to meet his needs'.
Currently about 4,500 children are home-schooled in the state and not everyone is happy with the new regulations. Coordinator of the Home Education Network, Susan Wight, said the government had not produced any evidence of a problem in home schooling to justify changes in the legislation.