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March / April 2004

State Legislation Summary—2003
Battleground New Jersey

Late-breaking news

Congress investigates

With the help of others
College sports: Game on For Homeschoolers

What is the NCAA?

Sports organizations
Generation Joshua vision

Election realities

Generation Joshua leadership

Getting involved
Eliminating anonymous tips

Freedom watch
From the heart

From the director:In the armsof amazing love

Impact of the HSF General Fund

Mission Statement of HSF
Across the states
Active cases
Members only
About campus

Elite education: Hope for our national crisis

SAT score comparisons
President's page


HSLDA social services contact policy/A plethora of forms

HSLDA legal inquiries

Prayer & Praise




Help get the word out

Down through the ages the question has been asked, which is more powerful, the pen or the sword?

History shows us the answer . . . it's the pen. What people think determines what they do—even the direction in which they point their swords. Our perceptions and ideas drive our actions, and we form these ideas based on what we hear and read.

Because Home School Legal Defense Association understands the power of ideas, we want to make sure families can find materials that accurately portray the value of homeschooling. To families who are interested in homeschooling but think, "I could never do that!" we'd like to reply, "You can homeschool."

And where better than libraries to extend the influence of our "pen"? In fact, we've created a brochure entitled You can homeschool! and made it part of a brand new library kit to provide inquiring families with practical information on homeschooling.

More and more parents are entertaining thoughts of this once radical idea. Consequently, we are inviting families across America to help us spread the good news about homeschooling by adopting a library and supplying it with valuable homeschooling materials. Local public libraries, church libraries, and homeschool group libraries are all good venues for our message.

Would you like to sponsor the placement of a Homeschooling Library Kit? For a tax-deductible donation of $35 (which covers just a portion of the cost), we'll send you an attractive poster and display box with 150 You can homeschool! brochures, along with five homeschooling classics sure to encourage the faint of heart.

Through the Adopt a Library program, tax-deductible donations of $35 will provide one library with the resources shown above for those considering home education.

The kit will be your gift to the library. And when the brochures run out, HSLDA's phone number is on the box so your librarian can call and order more—for free. For the full details go to http://www.hslda.org/adoptalibrary

Our goal is to place a thousand kits in libraries all across America in one year. This is an easy project for several families to collaborate on. With your help, we can change minds and encourage parents to do what they are longing to do . . . homeschool their own children!