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VOLUME XIX, NUMBER 5
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September / October 2003


FEATURES
Homeschooling around the world

A global view

What can you do?
Competition grows in HSLDA's 2nd essay contest

Landstuhl Regional Medical Center by Claire Novak

When words are not enough by Grace Lichlyter

DEPARTMENTS
Along the way

Standing together: 20 years later

HSLDA and South Carolina
From the heart
Across the states
Active cases
About campus
Freedom watch
Members only
President's page

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HSLDA social services contact policy/A plethora of forms

HSLDA legal inquiries

Prayer & Praise


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What can you do?

It may seem like there isn't much one person can do to help homeschoolers in other countries, but that is certainly not the case. Here are some ways that you and your family can make a global impact for homeschooling.

"Adopt" a country and learn all you can about the homeschool movement there. Use it as an opportunity to instruct your children, exploring the country's history, culture, traditions, and geography. Develop pen-pals by writing to international homeschoolers.

Donate money, used books, and homeschool products to help fledgling homeschool organizations succeed.

Respond to HSLDA alerts by writing or calling foreign embassies. Encourage them to inform their governments that parents must be allowed to homeschool and experience its benefits.

Urge your homeschooling support group or state organization to highlight a country and collect donations for homeschoolers at your next meeting or convention.

Pray for homeschoolers around the world. They are often facing the same legal struggles to exist that we once faced in this country. Visit our website at www.hslda.org/international for the latest info on homeschooling around the world.