The Home School Court Report
VOLUME VIII, NUMBER 5
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SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 1992
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H. R. 6
SPECIAL REPORT


Cover Stories
Alabama Court Protects Parents’ Rights Case

Home Schooling Is “In the Best Interest of the Child”

University Policies Mandate that Mother Work

From the White House

Features

Letters

Editorial: Protecting Our Children from the Statistics

National Center Reports

Across the Provinces

President’s Corner

Across the States

LETTERS FROM OUR MEMBERS / CLARIFICATION

Dear HSLDA,

I would like to share with you our home school experience. My oldest daughter, Loise, graduated last June at age 16 with a 4.0 all through high school.

She was accepted by Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, and is their first home schooler! She is also the youngest student at the college…. I am very proud of her and the college is very impressed with her home-schooling background. They are eager for more home schooled students to apply.

I am firmly convinced that the education children receive in the home—in a loving, Christ-filled atmosphere—is the finest education available. I strongly encourage all parents to home school!

An Iowa Member

Clarification

The announcement in the July-August 1992 issue of the Court Report, “Max Gets the Ax,” was in reference to our automated telephone answering system which received and directed ALL incoming calls. We did not mean to imply that voice mail systems were bad. In fact those of you who have called us since August 1, may have noticed that we are still using an automated system to handle the overflow (if the receptionist has more than 13 incoming calls at one time), to take messages for staff who are on the telephone or away from their desk, and during hours when the office is closed.