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.

Heard about Brexit? Is it time to Talk Amexit?
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-07-18
Five members of Congress have introduced a bill calling for the United States to exit the United Nations—a move that would protect U.S. homeschool freedom from the overreach of international law.

Homeschool Teen Finds Easy Transition to Alabama Public-school Football
HSLDA | In The News 2016-07-17

Congressman Makes Fed Jobs More Attainable for Homeschoolers
HSLDA | In The News 2016-07-17

Kent County Refuses to Trust Umbrellas
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-07-15
County officials ignored this state’s homeschool regulations, which say that families enrolled in an umbrella program don’t need to deal with public school officials after filing their initial notification. HSLDA told the officials to talk to the umbrella!

Where Did My “Good Student” Discount Go?
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-07-15
An insurance company wouldn’t accept a teen’s parent-issued report card as evidence of good grades.

Mother Says Homeschooling is Key to Children’s Success
HSLDA | In The News 2016-07-14

Florissant parent explains home-schooling benefits in a book - Colorado Springs Gazette
Home Schooling News 2016-07-14

Florissant parent explains home-schooling benefits in a book Colorado Springs Gazette Lisa Powell of Florissant started home-schooling her kids six years ago.

Bladen Community College is awarded USDLA certification -
Home Schooling News 2016-07-14

The United States Distance Learning Association has renewed Bladen Community College with Quality Standards Certification, acknowledging the college's outstanding progress and referring to BCC as "a role model for other institutions." According to John G. Flores, executive director for the USDLA, "We were inspired by the breadth and scope of the college-wide collaborative outreach.

Schools are bad places for our kids, says John Holt in his book 'The Underachieving School'
Home Schooling News 2016-07-14

In his provocative book titled "The Underachieving School", John Holt hits hard at the tyranny of testing, reading failures, and teachers who talk too much in the schools. A proponent of the concepts of home-schooling and un-schooling, Holt, writes in his book of essays that most schools are cruel and bad places for children.

Congress Debates Expanding Selective Service to Include Women
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-07-13
Congress is debating whether to require women to register for Selective Service and the military draft.

Legislators Try to Call the Shots On Immunizations
HSLDA | Top Stories 2016-07-13
Two state delegates are trying to bring back a bill restricting parents’ right to make medical decisions for their children. We seriously doubt the bill has improved with age.

Six years on, UGArden thriving, making friends for UGA and feeding people
Home Schooling News 2016-07-13

Six years after a group of environmentally-minded students convinced skeptical University of Georgia administrators to let them plant a small community garden on South Milledge Avenue, the UGArden, as it's called, has blossomed into something not even its young founders may have imagined. "It's become so much bigger than any of us expected," said Shannon Wilder, director of the UGA Office of Service Learning.

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