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Official Relents, Accepts Siblings’ High Test Scores
A public school representative objected to parents using the ACT for their year-end assessment. Our attorney argued that the students in question had scored high above grade level and that they should have their achievements recognized.

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17-Year-Old-Graduate Exempt from Attendance Laws


Diploma Questioned for Second-Generation Homeschooling


Fauquier County Seeks Names of Tutored Children


York Retracts Probation Demand


Social Workers Snatch Sick Kids


Peace in Pittsylvania


Why a Study of the Religious Exemption to Schooling is Unnecessary—Talking Points