The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XVIII, NUMBER 2
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MARCH / APRIL 2002
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Cover Story
Called to serve: Home schooling families in the military

On the frontlines: A few HSLDA military families

How do home school graduates enter the military?

How does HSLDA help families in the military?

"Grazie" from Italy

What can you do to help military families?

Special Features
Revisiting the Issue of Charter Schools

Congressional awards: America's best kept secret

Regular Features
A contrario sensu

Active Cases

Freedom Watch

Prayer and praise

President's page

Across the States
State by State

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Across the States
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Mississippi
Legislation affecting home school athletes

Currently there is no law in Mississippi that gives home schooled students access to public school sports programs. In an effort to change that fact, Mississippi House Representative Daniel Guice Jr. introduced House Bill 17 on December 28, 2001. The measure would give home schooled students the option of participating in sports programs at their local public schools. The public school would be required to allow a home educated student to participate in whatever sports programs were available for his grade level.

HSLDA takes a neutral position on this type of legislation.

- Dewitt T. Black