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“A” Student Booted by College Because He was Homeschooled
A homeschool graduate excited to begin studying information technology was asked to leave community college after the administration rejected his diploma. HSLDA is helping him and calling for legislation to end this sort of discrimination.

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3/4/2015Action needed TONIGHT
2/26/2015Victory in House! Action needed TODAY to prohibit discrimination against homeschooled graduates
2/24/2015Immediate Action Needed to Advance Homeschooling Freedom
2/20/2015Update: Support Positive Changes to Homeschool Law!
2/19/2015Support Positive Changes to Homeschool Law!
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WATCH House Bill 2123: Raising Compulsory Attendance Age to 18
1/22/2015

WATCH House Bill 2184: Repealing Common Core
1/23/2015

WATCH House Bill 2188: Modifying Truancy Laws to Account for Tardiness
1/23/2015

WATCH House Bill 2258: Parents Bill Of Rights
1/26/2015

WATCH House Bill 2422: Removing GED Requirement for PROMISE Scholarship
1/28/2015

WATCH House Bill 2436: Increasing Number of Child Protective Service (“CPS”) Workers
1/28/2015

WATCH House Bill 2550: Increasing unexcused absences
2/3/2015

WATCH House Bill 2556: Vaccination Exemption
2/3/2015

WATCH House Bill 2564: Discontinuing the Use of Common Core Standards
2/3/2015

WATCH House Bill 2674: Eligibility for Promise Scholarship
2/13/2015

WATCH House Bill 2749: Equal Access to Public School Sports
2/19/2015

WATCH House Bill 2774: Rejecting Common Core Standards
2/19/2015

ACTION House Bill 2793: Changes to Homeschool Statute
2/18/2015

WATCH House Bill 2842: Social Workers in Elementary Schools
2/24/2015

WATCH House Bill 2870: Tax credit for homeschoolers
2/24/2015

WATCH House Bill 2887: Drug testing for 16-year-olds
2/26/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 256: Increasing Number of Unexcused Absences before Truancy Action
1/22/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 286: Religious Exemption from Immunization
1/26/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 362: Prohibiting Common Core
1/30/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 393: Juvenile Justice System Reforms
2/9/2015

WATCH Senate Bill 444: Changes to Homeschool Statute
2/13/2015

OPEN The West Virginia Legislature is in Session
1/14/2015

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