Could Trump’s New Cuba Policy Keep Homeschooling Father out of Jail?
June 29, 2017: A new focus by U.S. diplomats on promoting human rights in Cuba offers hope for a family facing criminal charges for homeschooling.
HSLDA to Brazil’s Top Court: Legalize Homeschooling
June 20, 2017: HSLDA filed a brief with the Brazilian supreme court explaining why homeschooling should be made explicitly legal.
Homeschooling Grows in Brazil
June 19, 2017: Online courses and a recent court ruling have helped home education to grow rapidly in South America’s most populous country (Portuguese language).
Sweden May Use Police to Force Kids into School
June 14, 2017: In violation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the national government is pressuring local authorities to enforce its anti-homeschooling policy.
Rally Pressures Cuba to Free Homeschooling Family
May 23, 2017: Activists gathered last week outside the Cuban embassy in Washington, D.C., to demand that the island nation honor its commitment to educational freedom.
Cuban Parents Sentenced, Judge Denounces “Capitalist” Homeschooling
April 26, 2017: In a trial more focused on defending state indoctination than delivering justice, Ramón Rigal has been sentenced to one year in prison for homeschooling his children.
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.