The Home School Court Report
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Summer 1989
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Cover Stories

Governor Signs North Dakota's Home Schooling Law

Pennsylvania Handicap Case Ends in Victory

Kansas Home Schoolers Survive Another Year

Hawaii Must Re-Adopt Regulations

California Report

Florida Holds the Line

Name That Bill or The Night of the Toxic Home Schoolers…

Maine and Massachusetts Resolve Conflicts

Iowa Cracks Down on Home Schools

HSLDA Employee Changes

Home Schoolers Continue to Win In The Legislatures

Victory For Home Schoolers In Ohio

Virginia Home Schoolers Make Progress

Michigan Suffers Setback Before Court of Appeals

Religious Freedom Case Victory Helps Home Schoolers

EEE Validity Attacked in South Carolina Suit


President's Corner

Across the States

C O V E R   S T O R Y

HSLDA Employee Changes

This spring HSLDA said good-bye to several valuable employees: Michael Smith and Christopher Klicka's legal assistant Michelle Musto, left to have her first baby (Michael Musto, Jr.); Michael Farris' legal assistant Sonia Gustafson, will be attending Georgetown Law School in the fall; our receptionist Carolyn Overholt, left to begin home school with her teenage daughter; and part-timer in membership, Linda Malloy, having graduated from college, is seeking full-time employment in her field.

We wish them all God's blessings in their future endeavors and thank them for their valuable assistance to us and our member families during the past two years.

With the move to our new offices in Paeonian Springs, Virginia this spring, we have also seen the addition of some new folks to our staff. We are pleased to welcome George Whitten, an attorney from Greenwood, Mississippi. George is a 1987 graduate of the University of Mississippi Law School where he served as a staff member and an Associate Editor of the Mississippi Law Journal. Prior to joining HSLDA, he was law clerk to Justice Hawkins of the Mississippi Supreme Court. He has come aboard HSLDA to work under the other attorneys to gain more experience in the area of constitutional law.

Annette Holloran comes to us from the legal department at Advanced Technology, and will be working with Michael Farris as his legal assistant.

Pat Ramirez, joins us from Mayer, Brown & Platt, and is the new legal assistant to Michael Smith and Christopher Klicka.

Previously employed at Prison Fellowship, Cora Prather is a much needed full-time addition to our membership department.

Carol Nelson, formerly with the U.S. Park Service, joins us as our full-time receptionist.

While we were sorry to see our friends leave, we thank God for His answer to our prayers and providing us with qualified workers to replace those we have had to say good-bye to. We welcome them and look forward to many productive years together.