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| November |
November 16, 2011: WorldNetDaily.com reports that threats are coming as options dwindle in the fight over education.
Homeschool Leader Interviews
November 16, 2011: Hear about the current homeschool situations in a number of European countries, recorded at a recent European conference.
Authorities to Parents: Take Your Kids to School or Else We Will!
November 8, 2011: Having endured jail sentences and heavy fines for homeschooling, the Dudek family now faces the threat of having their children taken to school by force.
| October |
October 15, 2011: A law journal says a family’s asylum request is legitimate.
The Romeike Family: Still Waiting on Asylum Appeal
October 3, 2011: A new law review article helps the Romeike family’s case for political asylum in the United States.
| September |
September 27, 2011: This special issue of the International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education (IEJEE), a journal of interest to homeschool advocates, focuses primarily on home education.
| August |
August 29, 2011: For the first time in its 50-year history, the World Congress on the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy included homeschooling its agenda. Representatives from HSLDA and Patrick Henry College were there.
| April |
April 19, 2011: A German judge recognized that homeschooling provides quality education, but still denied a family permission to teach their children at home.
| February |
February 11, 2011: Back in court again, the Dudek family underwent a grueling retrial this past week for the “criminal offense” of teaching their children at home.
| January |
January 11, 2011: The Dudek family of Hessen, Germany, faces another court date this Thursday for the “criminal offense” of teaching their children at home.