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Dayton Breaks the Law
If an Ohio family sends in a notice of intent, school officials must inform them of problems with it within two weeks or the notice is deemed valid.

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Mansfield Family Claims Religious Freedom


Privacy Wins in Ohio


Ohio Co—ops Deal With "Cyberschools"


Legislative Victory in Ohio


Ohio Superintendent Requires School Enrollment


Ohio Group Calls Home School Plan Illegal


Wellston Ohio Schools Continue To Push the Limits of State Law

   1/29/2002 
Group Calls Home School Plan Illegal
According to the Akron Beacon Journal, a coalition including the Ohio Federation of Teachers and Buckeye Association of School Administrators have filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of charter schools. HSLDA discusses this issue in our most recent newsletter, The Home School Court Report.


Ohio District Backpedals on New Policy