The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XVI, NUMBER 6
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NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2000
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Cover Story
Erasing the Barriers for Children with Special Learning Needs

Special Features

An Interview with the Forstroms

An Interview with Betty Statnick: HSLDAs Special Needs Coordinator

National Center Reports

Will the 2000 Elections Impact Home School Freedom?

106th Congress Wrap-Up

Across the States

State by State

Regular Features

Active Cases

Prayer and Praise

Notes to Members

Presidents Page

F. Y. I.

Association News

An Affirmative Plan: Debate Tournament

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West Virginia

Driver’s License in Jeopardy

A 17-year-old Berkeley County home schooler recently received a notice that her driver’s license would be suspended because she was no longer enrolled in school. This Home School Legal Defense Association member family did not file a notice of intent because the young lady was beyond compulsory age. She was, however, enrolled in a correspondence school in a neighboring state.

HSLDA has requested a hearing before the Berkeley County Superintendent of Schools and a hearing before the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles to establish the student’s right to keep her driver’s license since she is enrolled in an educational program. — Scott A. Woodruff