The Home School Court Report
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MAY / JUNE 2001
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National home school leadership summit

Chicken run!

A state leader's thoughts on the summit

Special Features
HSLDA attorneys on call 24 hours a day

PHC: Wrapping up year one
Just another busy day on Capitol Hill

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A contrario sensu

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West Virginia
WVDOT denies driver's license

A Berkeley County home schooler was denied a driver's license after a hearing with a representative of the West Virginia Department of Transportation. West Virginia law permits a youngster to be granted a driver's license if aged 17 and enrolled in a public or private school, accredited or non-accredited, in state or out. The student in question is 17 and is enrolled in a private school based in Pennsylvania. We believe the Department of Transportation acted unlawfully in denying the driver's license and will represent the family as the appellate process moves forward. Scott A. Woodruff