Originally Sent: 3/4/2014
|March 4, 2014|
We thank God for victory!
The day after the U.S. Supreme Court denied their appeal for asylum, federal officials announced that the Romeike family will be permitted to remain in America. HSLDA praises God and thanks all of our supporters for this victory. Read more >>
A senior Home School Legal Defense Association attorney joined others to testify against IRS rules that would restrict what certain advocacy groups may say about political candidates. Read more >>
The author of a letter from the local public school district acknowledged her error after being contacted by HSLDA. Read more >>
Are you considering joining HSLDA, but are uncertain as to what assistance your family will receive and the benefits involved? This week, Mike Smith explains just how HSLDA protects your right to homeschool and provides an abundance of guidance and resources to assist in your homeschooling journey. Read more >>
Need hope about America’s future? Be encouraged by the stories of the recipients of the Home School Foundation’s PHC Scholarship Fund. Their trust in God’s provision in their lives is inspiring! Watch now >>
You may have heard how the United Nations is trying to control the religious views of the Catholic Church. Learn more about this issue at the Family Research Council lecture noon-1 p.m., March 5. A panel of experts will discuss the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the dangers of UN overreach regarding religion. Learn more and register >>
A new year, a new schedule for the high school teacher training events! This year HSLDA’s high school and struggling learner consultants are joining together to provide integrated sessions for parents with teens who fall in either or both of these categories. We’re excited about meeting the needs of all high school teens and helping parents prepare for their students’ futures. Read more >>
Students who come to iGovern East will not only be in for a week of political simulation and world-class leadership training—they will also get to visit our nation’s capital! Every year, students who attend iGovern East spend an entire day touring Washington D.C. with the GenJ staff. iGovern is an unforgettable week of learning, fun, and spiritual growth. Read more >>
Do your kids enjoy computer graphics, photography, or art? Our charitable arm, the Home School Foundation, welcomes your submissions in its free annual Christmas Card Contest. Boxes of cards with the winning designs will be mailed to widows who received curriculum grants through the Foundation this year. Read more >>
Patrick Henry College is proud to announce that registration is now open for the Pensmore Dialogue on Science and Faith: The Return of the God Hypothesis, to be held April 4-5 at PHC. Hear from a world-class line-up of scientist Christians, apologists, and philosophers like Dr. John Lennox, Dr. Stephen C. Meyers, and Dr. Robert Spitzer, to explore crucial questions on the origins of life and the universe from a Christian worldview. To learn more or to register >>
It’s easier than ever! You’ll receive instruction and support from The National Bible Bee. Read more >>
Legislation in Your State
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