The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XV, NUMBER 2
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MARCH / APRIL 1999
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Cover Story
Daytime Curfew Invalidated in Monrovia

Special Features
Let the Debate Begin

CAP Trainees March Fourth!

Home Schooling Works: Pass It On!

National Center Reports
Federal Issues Update

“Know Your Customer” Regs to be Withdrawn

National Center Offers Military and College Admissions Packet

NEA Opposes All That is Good for Families

Across the States
State by State

Regular Features
Active Cases

Prayer and Praise

Press Clippings

President’s Page

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Alaska
Smooth Sailing
    Robert Parsons, president of the Alaska Private and Home Educators Association, reports that home schooling families in that state are enjoying the blessings of the best home school law in the nation. In 1997, the state legislature enacted an exception to compulsory attendance for a child who “is being educated in the child’s home by a parent or legal guardian.” In Alaska, there is no government oversight of home education—a goal Home School Legal Defense Association is striving to attain in all 50 states.

Alaska’s Flag
by
Marie Drake

“. . . The blue of the sea, the evening sky, the mountain lakes, and the flow’rs nearby . . .”