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HSLDA Defeats Demand for Involuntary Educational Evaluations
A New Jersey family will not have to surrender their children to educational evaluations conducted by the public schools, thanks to the timely intervention of HSLDA.

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Westfield to Formally Drop Common Core Demands


Westfield Demands Homeschooler Follow Common Core


Newark Schools Threaten Family with Prosecution


West Cape May Wants to Review Homeschool Books


School’s Reluctance Nearly Costs Teen a Job


Charges Dropped, Case Dismissed After HSLDA Intervenes


File “Application” to Homeschool or We’ll Prosecute You


Principal Drops Request to Approve Family’s Curriculum


Victory for Homeschool Student’s Medicaid Appeal


Middlesex County College Drops ATB Demand


HSLDA Wins Appeal against Social Security Administration


Cornell University Asks for GED or State—Approved Diploma


Rochelle Park Echoes the Bad Old Days


Professional Voice Goes to California


Cumberland County College Threatens Photographer’s Dream

 HSLDA Alerts & Information (NJ)
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3/18/2015Call to Protect Religious Freedom in Vaccination
10/15/2014New Jersey--Measure Supporting UN "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" Treaty Passes
10/10/2014Calls Needed by Monday to Block Support for UN Wolf in Sheep's Clothing Treaty
9/19/2014New Jersey--Calls Needed to Block Support for UN Treaty
7/2/2014Call Governor to Fight New Threat to Homeschool Freedom: Common Core
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WATCH A2700 and S1151: State-Mandated Annual Medical Exams for Homeschoolers
2/26/2014

WATCH A4287 and S658 Raises Compulsory Age to 18 with a Graduation Exception
3/16/2015

WATCH Assembly Bill 267: Requires Districts to Allow Homeschool Students to Participate in Extracurriculars
1/22/2014

WATCH Assembly Bill 380: Requires Homeschoolers to Notify School District
1/22/2014

WATCH Assembly Bill 2681: Prohibits Children under DYFS Control from being “Home-schooled”
2/24/2014

WATCH Assembly Bill 2957: Lowers Compulsory School Attendance Age
3/26/2014

WATCH Assembly Bill 3296 and Senate Bill 2242: Allows Homeschooled Students to Obtain New Jersey Board of Cosmetology Lisenses
7/9/2014

WATCH Assembly Bill 3430 and Senate Bill 125: Extracurricular Sports Access
7/2/2014

WATCH House Bill 2665: Changes Code for the Care of Children
2/24/2014

WATCH S1147 & A1931(1R) Significantly Restricts Access to Religious Exemptions from Immunizations
3/16/2015

WATCH S2798 and A1990 Raises Compulsory Attendance Age from 16 to 18
3/12/2015

WATCH Senate Resolution 69: Memorialize the UN CRPD
9/16/2014

WATCH Senate Bill 658: Raises Compulsory School Attendance Age from 16 to 18
1/22/2014

WATCH Senate Bill 253 & Assembly Bill 990: Creates a Common Core Study Task Force
1/22/2014

WATCH Senate Bill 1099: Opens the Door to State Control of Homeschooling
2/10/2014

WATCH Senate Bill 1151: State-Mandated Annual Medical Exams for Homeschoolers
2/7/2014

WATCH Senate Bill 2154: Creates a Common Core Task Force
6/25/2014

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1/13/2015

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