Originally Sent: 5/28/2013
|May 28, 2013|
Here are this week’s top stories.
Officials in a small school district tried get authority to review homeschool curriculum. Home School Legal Defense Association helped prevent going back to a failed policy it helped to end. Read more >>
Positive changes to Iowa law means parents now can teach their children to drive. Read more >>
The Parental Rights Amendment has been drafted and is being circulated in the U.S. House of Representatives. Meanwhile, the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities has shown that it is still a threat. Read more >>
Don’t miss your opportunity to participate in this incredible online learning experience! Whether you are a high school student looking to beef up your transcript, or an adult simply wanting to become a more informed citizen, this course is for you. Space is limited. Direct questions to Logan Spena at firstname.lastname@example.org! Register now >>
Looking for a fun academic way to finish out the school year? Enter HSLDA’s poetry contest, open through June 1! For details and resources >>
Monday, June 3, 2013 is the last day to save $50 on every AP course your student takes next school year through Patrick Henry College Preparatory Academy. HSLDA members get an additional $50 off each one-semester course and $100 off each yearlong course. See offer details >>
The Home School Foundation is accepting applications through June 1 for the 2013-2014 PHC scholarship. Visit HSF’s PHC Scholarship page to read about eligibility or to donate toward making these scholarships possible. Read more >>
Is your student passionate about our nation? Would he or she benefit from a hands-on week of government simulation, incredible speakers, and inspiring worship? Generation Joshua’s iGovern leadership camps are designed to grow your teen’s relationship with Christ and provide practical skills that will allow him to impact our nation in a powerful way. Read more >>
Everything every member of your family needs for summer spiritual growth together is included with your registration with the national Bible Bee. Read more >>
Start naming the most well-known figures in America’s founding, and you’ll probably come up with a list of homeschoolers. Many of our early patriots and statesmen were taught by parents, grandparents, or tutors. This week, Michael Farris shows how one-of-a-kind educations prepared the Founders to play crucial roles in history. Read more >>
Legislation in Your State
If you live in Arkansas, Connecticut, Indiana, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Washington, or West Virginia, click on the the name of your state or the link below to learn about legislation that could affect your freedom to homeschool.
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