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Victory in Indiana — Judge rules that homeschools are “secondary” schools—reinstates adoption subsidy
An Indiana judge reversed his earlier ruling and held that a disabled 18 year—old who is still being homeschooled is enrolled in a “secondary” school under Indiana law, making her eligible to continue receiving over $600 per month in adoption subsidies.

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Social Workers Refuse to Disclose Allegations