|Mississippi Legal Update: The Case of the Missing Case||Vol. 106, Prg. 11–15|
August 1–5, 2011
What does it mean when a Mississippi judge gives a court order for names and addresses of homeschooling families in his district? This week on Home School Heartbeat, Jim Mason and Mike Farris discuss the case, the approach HSLDA took to defeat it, and its significance and implications for homeschoolers today.
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Home School Legal Defense Association Deputy General Counsel Jim Mason has defended homeschoolers from truant officers, school superintendents, and social workers in courts and administrative tribunals all over the country. He obtained his undergraduate degree at Oregon State University and his law degree at Regent University. Jim served in the United States Navy and is a veteran of Operation Desert Storm. He and his wife, Debbie, have homeschooled all of their seven children. They live in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley.
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