German Family Pleads for Help from Human Rights Court
April 11, 2017: Dirk and Petra Wunderlich have been fighting for more than a decade to homeschool their four children. Now their case will be heard by Europe’s top human rights court.
Why Homeschooling is Gaining Respect in Russia
April 4, 2017: A homeschool conference in St. Petersburg highlights a maturing movement and previews the Global Home Education Conference coming to the city in 2018.
China’s New One-School Policy
March 28, 2017: The Chinese regime has banned homeschooling because homeschooled students are not uniformly exposed to state-sponsored indoctrination.
Parents Arrested for Homeschooling in Cuba
February 27, 2017: The Obama administration argued that normal relations with Cuba would lead to improved conditions for Cubans. But things have not gotten better for homeschoolers.
Australian Homeschoolers Fight Proposed Restrictions
February 22, 2017: Families in the state of Victoria need your help to defeat regulations that would injure their children’s opportunities to learn in freedom.
The Last Homeschooling Family in Sweden
February 21, 2017: While others have fled to countries where homeschooling is protected, the Sandbergs are determined to stay and fight intense government harassment and repression.
The Best Chat We’ve Had with the UN?
February 13, 2017: Mike Donnelly gave a crash course on homeschooling to the UN NGO Committee on the Family.