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Cover Story
Daytime Curfew Invalidated in Monrovia

Special Features
Let the Debate Begin

CAP Trainees March Fourth!

Home Schooling Works: Pass It On!

National Center Reports
Federal Issues Update

“Know Your Customer” Regs to be Withdrawn

National Center Offers Military and College Admissions Packet

NEA Opposes All That is Good for Families

Across the States
State by State

Regular Features
Active Cases

Prayer and Praise

Press Clippings

President’s Page

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Press Clippings
A Home Run for Home Schooling
Movement Can Point to High Test Scores in National Study

A study of more than 20,000 homeschooled students who took either the Iowa Test of Basic Skills or the Tests of Achievment and Proficiency last year found that their median scores in reading, language and math ranged from the 62nd to the 92nd percentile among all the students nationwide who took those exams.     
— Jay Mathews, The Washington Post, March 24, 1999