The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XIX, NUMBER 1
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JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2003


FEATURES

State organizations: Making our voices heard

Illinois homeschoolers facing the heat

DEPARTMENTS
Along the way

The curtain rises on HSLDA

Looking toward the future
From the heart
Across the states
About Campus
Active Cases
Around the globe
President's page

The impact of a father's involvement

Practical ways that husbands can help their wives

ET AL.

Prayer & Praise

a contrario sensu (on the other hand)

HSLDA legal contacts for September/October 2002



  LEGAL/LEGISLATIVE UPDATES  



ACROSS THE STATES

AL · AR · CO · CT · DC · DE · FL · GA · KY · LA · MD · MI · MT · ND · NM · NY · OH · RI · SC · TX · VA · WY

COLORADO

HSLDA resolves "small" problem

Mr. and Mrs. Stein of Parker County, Colorado, were quietly homeschooling their four children when a Child Protective Services (CPS) worker contacted them with an anonymous allegation that one of their children was "small" and that they were neglecting medical attention to this child.

The family contacted Home School Legal Defense Association for assistance. We demonstrated to the social worker that the allegation was false and provided a letter from the "small" child's pediatrician that gave the child a clean bill of health. Based on this communication, the CPS worker declared the allegation had "no validity," and the situation was resolved.

Christopher J. Klicka

* Name changed to protect family's privacy. See HSLDA's social services contact policy.