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Power Grab—State Superintendent to be Made “Head” of Every Homeschool
District of Columbia homeschoolers were blindsided by restrictive regulations drafted without their input. HSLDA is calling for home educators to oppose the rules before they can be formally adopted.

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12/4/2014Power Grab—State Superintendent to be Made “Head” of Every Homeschool
1/30/2014Public Hearing on Legislative Bill 528
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WATCH D.C. Zoning Regulations Review: Case No. 08-06A
12/12/2013

ACTION Legislative Bill 178: Lowers Compulsory Attendance Age to 3
12/16/2013

WATCH Legislative Bill 528: Post-Secondary Education Grants for Public School Students
3/20/2014

ACTION Regulation 378044: Revising Graduation Requirements
12/4/2014

OPEN The District of Columbia Council is in Session
2/7/2014

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