The Home School Court Report
VOLUME II, NUMBER II
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Cover Stories

Litigation Roundup

Contact Countdown for August 1985 through February 1986

Colorado’s Restrictive Regulations Challenged

Irony in Iowa

HSLDA President Wins Witters

Two Cases for Home Education

Confusion in Kansas

Good News from California

Alaska Homeschoolers Excel

Features

President’s Corner

C O V E R   S T O R Y

Alaska Homeschoolers Excel

The Alaska Department of Education found that home educated children in Alaska score higher than their school-educated counterparts on standardized achievement tests. Moreover, when students who had been educated for two years or more, the long-term students’ performance were superior to the short-term students’ performance (Alaska Dept. of Ed. Review, 1983).