The Home School Court Report
VOLUME VII, NUMBER II
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March / April 1991
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SPECIAL REPORT


Cover Stories

Legislative Storms Bring Serious Battles to Home Schoolers In Several States

Montana Legislature Rejects Attempt to Force Home Schoolers into Public School Testing

Legislative Update

Maine Introduces “Home Visit” Legislation

Legislative Surprises In Maryland Threaten Home Education

Arizona Home Schoolers Succeed in Amending Unacceptable Law

Legislation Succeeds in North Dakota Senate

Worst Home School Bill in the Nation Introduced in Kansas

Persistent Legislator Causes Trouble for Connecticut Home Schoolers

Great Britain Reveals Favorable Home-Schooling Law

Townspeople Defend Home Schoolers' Rights: F.A.I.T.H. and Victory in Massachusetts

Features

President's Corner

Across the States

National Center Reports

C O V E R   S T O R Y

Legislative Update

515 N. Sanders, Helena, Montana 59601

This paragraph appeared in an official memorandum "From the Executive Director's Desk," addressed to all school administrators of Montana (Volume VI, No. 4):

“The home schoolers beat us up during the hearings on SB287 and HB533. They put on a show about their successes and we had little or nothing in the way of statistics that demonstrated some of the problems nor did we have a host of administrators parading before the Education Committees. HB533—the testing of home schoolers—was quickly killed and SB 287—declaring the rights of home schoolers—passed out of the senate on a 44-5 vote on its way to the house. Too many legislators have a very dim view of public education.”