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Getting Colder: An Update on Homeschooling in Sweden

Vol. 111, Prg. 11–15
April 2–6, 2012

The weather isn’t the only chilly aspect of the climate for homeschoolers in Sweden! Mike Donnelly, HSLDA’s director of international relations, joins host Mike Farris this week on the program to survey the history of homeschooling in Sweden, give an update on recent developments, and explain how we can support homeschooling families there.

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The History of Home Education in Sweden
A Shadow Falls on Sweden
Taken: One Family’s Child, Many Families’ Freedom
Your Crime? Homeschooling
Hope for Sweden

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Michael P. Donnelly, Esq.
Mike serves HSLDA director of international affairs and as a staff attorney for member affairs in the states of Colorado, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Ohio, West Virginia, Wyoming, and the District of Columbia. As director of international relations he coordinates HSLDA’s support of homeschooling freedom all over the world. Mike is also an adjunct professor of government at Patrick Henry College where he teaches constitutional law. He received a juris doctorate from the Boston University School of Law with honors as a Paul J. Liacos Scholar. He is a member of the bars of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, West Virginia, the District of Columbia, and the United States Supreme Court.

Mike’s previous experience includes combat service during the first Persian Gulf War as a United States Army cavalry officer, private legal practice and as a founder of a nationally ranked internet marketing firm. Mike is an internationally published writer and frequent conference speaker on the subject of homeschooling, educational freedom, parental and human rights. He and his wife homeschool their seven children.

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