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Graduates Wrongly Shut Out of College
Because of a confusing state policy memo, several qualified homeschooled graduates recently have encountered difficulty enrolling in college. HSLDA is working through multiple venues, including the state legislature, to resolve the issue.

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School District Knocks Unit Study as Insufficient


Families Receive Violation Notice for Homeschool Plans


Homeschool and You Get Assigned a Social Worker


Near-Perfect Score Thrills Parents, Embarrasses District


School Officials Demand to Review Curriculum Content


School Districts Prevent Parents from Performing Annual Assessment


BOCES Agrees to Give Full Credit to High School Student


Family Receives Visit from Attendance Officer


HSLDA Urges Court to Find Officer’s Home Entry Illegal


Legislative Session Includes Changes to School Age Law


College Admission Problem Resolved


Huntington Wants Registration and Residency


Homeschool Parents Removed from Neglect Registry


Warrant? I Don’t Need no Stinking Warrant!


Misplaced Reports Lead to Court

 HSLDA Alerts & Information (NY)
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6/10/2015Free Local Homeschool Conference Thursday Evening
4/7/2015Homeschool Legislative Day at the Capitol is April 28!
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 State Legislation
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INACTIVE The New York Legislature has Adjourned
1/7/2015

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The Batt Case
HSLDA sues to protect family's 4th amendment right to home privacy.

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