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| April |
April 28, 2014: The Tennessee General Assembly has passed a resolution calling on Congress to help ensure the Romeike family is granted asylum in the United States.
Homeschooling Congressmen Meet German Ambassador to Talk Freedom
April 15, 2014: Several U.S. congressmen—who also homeschooled their children—met with the German ambassador to discuss home education and ways to help homeschoolers in Germany.
Is Homeschooling a Window into the Soul of a Nation? What Does Romeike Really Mean?
April 4, 2014: A central issue in the case remains unsettled. Is Germany’s treatment of homeschoolers persecution? Although our judiciary says no, the executive branch issued an indefinite stay of deportation—suggesting maybe yes.
| March |
March 11, 2014: HSLDA is immensely grateful to federal officials for allowing the Romeikes to stay in America. But we also recognize that the government’s arguments for denying the family asylum reveal a philosophy that is hostile both to homeschoolers and religious liberty.
| February |
February 11, 2014: The U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled Romeike v. Holder for review conference February 21. It is expected that the court will rule on whether or not to take the case before the end of the month.
| January |
January 14, 2014: A family from Hesse fighting to be allowed to teach their children at home want to move to France but the district court of Darmstadt says no (German).
Judge Rebuilds “Berlin Wall” Just for Homeschoolers
January 7, 2014: A judge’s decision has crushed the hopes of a German family who wanted to leave the country in order to resume homeschooling. The judge wrote that he considers homeschooling dangerous because it isolates children and fails to teach them tolerance “for those who think differently.”