The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XX, NUMBER 1
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January / February 2004


FEATURES
Can Judicial Tyranny Be Stopped?

DEPARTMENTS
Freedom watch
From the heart

The difference made by "little things"

Impact of the Widows Curriculum Scholarship Fund

From the director
Across the states
Active cases
Members only

New email confirmation

Support homeschooling when you shop online
About campus

PHC in the news
President's page

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HSLDA social services contact policy/A plethora of forms

HSLDA legal inquiries

Prayer & Praise


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MAINE

Smooth sailing for new law

The new homeschool law passed by the legislature last session has helped produce one of the smoothest homeschool years on record in Maine. This new law was the result of Homeschoolers of Maine, Home School Legal Defense Association, and many other homeschoolers working together to draft language, attend hearings, and make hundreds of phone calls. By reducing needless red tape, the new law eliminated many of the sources of friction that had marred previous years.

When HSLDA Attorney Scott Woodruff asked state department of education representative Buzz Kastuck how things were going with the new law, his reply was short and sweet: "Everything seems OK."

— Scott A. Woodruff