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.

Say “No” to More Government Data Tracking
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-04-29
Parents who don’t want the government collecting detailed information on their students have until May 4 to comment on Common Core-related database guidelines.

“Sorry, the State Trashed Your Records. Get a GED.”
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-04-26
A homeschool graduate’s quest for an apprenticeship hit the skids when he found the state had already shredded his homeschool enrollment forms.

School Districts Forcing Troubled Students to Homeschool
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-04-26
Some Indiana schools are forcing troubled students into homeschooling to get them off the books. Some critics say this makes homeschooling part of the “school-to-prison pipeline.” We say it’s bureaucratic whitewashing that doesn’t help anybody.

Homeschooled Siblings are Three-fourths of UMW String Quartet
HSLDA | In The News 2016-04-25

Fight Rages for Falsely Accused Homeschool Mom
HSLDA | In The News 2016-04-24

“Truancy Court” Case Was about Helping a Real Family
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-04-22
When a Missouri judge failed to follow the rules, a homeschooling family suffered. That’s why HSLDA took action.

Your Voices Bring Improvements for College-Bound Homeschoolers
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-04-20
With only three days left in the legislative session, HSLDA called on homeschoolers to take action to help pass good legislation that had stalled in a Senate committee. Lawmakers listened.

Police Jobs Now Open to Homeschooled Applicants
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-04-19
Arizona’s police training board worked with us to bring their entry standards into the 21st century.

Case Closed: No Re-Investigation Needed
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-04-19
CPS wanted to re-investigate a homeschooling family because of an office mishap regarding case records. Our response? “Nice try.”

HSLDA Keeps Fighting for Falsely Accused Mom
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-04-18
A district court thinks investigators acted “reasonably” in accusing a homeschool mom of making her own children sick in order to get attention. We disagree.

Growing Number of Military Families Opt for Homeschool
HSLDA | In The News 2016-04-14

Judge: Not My Responsibility. HSLDA: Sure Is!
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-04-12
In his response to the state supreme court, a judge described his “truancy court” as “an informal and voluntary diversionary program,” in spite of an official-looking document saying “attendance is mandatory.”

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