Originally Sent: 9/3/2013
|September 3, 2013|
Please help us shame the German government into doing what is right.
Will you help us expand our efforts to communicate our grave concern over the abuse of this family’s human rights? Read more >>
The first national federal government survey on homeschooling since 2007 shows the education option continues to draw more students. The primary reason for homeschooling appears to have shifted, as well. Read more >>
A member family was threatened with having their homeschool program placed on probation after a public school official misinterpreted student test scores. HSLDA helped resolve the situation. Read more >>
When health care workers insisted a new mother have her infant undergo certain tests, HSLDA intervened. We pointed out the tests are voluntary, not mandatory. Read more >>
HSLDA Director of Federal Relations Will Estrada will join numerous other education experts from around the nation on Monday, September 9, on the campus of Notre Dame University in Indiana for a daylong seminar about the history, substance, and consequences of the Common Core. Read more >>
What images does the word “chivalry” bring to your mind? Shining knights on white horses? This week on Home School Heartbeat, author Zach Hunter offers a new look at chivalry as a code of conduct for men and women today! Read more >>
This summer, the Foundation awarded scholarships to 10 incoming freshmen at Patrick Henry College. The scholarships are offered annually to graduates whose families are members of HSLDA. Read more >>
If your teens are entering high school this fall, we welcome you to HSLDA’s high school program. Our website has much information for all areas of high school, including a place to sign up to receive our free monthly email newsletter. Each month this publication focuses on a particular high school topic. Read past issues in the newsletter archive >>
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