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Mom Follows Doctor’s Orders, Loses Custody
Since when is it “neglect” to withdraw your sick child from school so he can get better?

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Show Me Your Papers!


Attendance Officer Demands Receipts for Curriculum Purchase


State Board Says Homeschool Diploma Insufficient


Legislature Reverses Favorable Law Change


Religious Freedom Bill Passes—With Drama


Attorney General Dismisses Case against Homeschooler


Record Number of Legislative Bills Tracked


Parents’ Homeschool Rights Affirmed


DeSoto County Adds Unauthorized Form For Homeschoolers


Most Threatening Homeschool Bill in the Nation


Life Sentence For Spanking?


27 Bills Tracked During 2011 Legislative Session


Judge’s Order Seeking Homeschooler Identities Overruled


State Supreme Court Stays Proceedings


HSLDA Opposing Mississippi Court Order

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3/23/2017Stop Mississippi from Burdening Homeschool Graduation Before Age 18
2/24/2017Mississippi--Action Needed to Stop Government Control over Education
2/7/2017Action Still Needed to Oppose Compulsory School Attendance Age Expansion
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 State Legislation
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INACTIVE House Concurrent Resolution 2: Constitutional Amendment on Parent Rights
1/11/2017

WATCH House Bill 193: Requires Attendance Officers to File Petition with Youth Court
1/26/2017

WATCH House Bill 254: Lowers Compulsory School Attendance Age from 6 to 5
1/10/2016

INACTIVE House Bill 268: Increases Compulsory School Attendance Age from 17 to 18
1/10/2016

INACTIVE House Bill 269: Prohibits Adoption of National Education Standards
1/10/2017

INACTIVE House Bill 279: Common Core Standards/Student Privacy
1/11/2017

WATCH House Bill 298: Home Schooled Students and Extracurricular Activities
1/10/2017

INACTIVE House Bill 298: Homeschool Students and Extracurricular Activities
2/3/2017

INACTIVE House Bill 357: Repeals Common Core Curriculum Standards
1/11/2017

WATCH House Bill 502: Prohibits Implementation of Common Core Standards
1/23/2017

WATCH House Bill 565: Lowers Compulsory School Age from 6 to 5
2/15/2017

WATCH House Bill 567: Raises Compulsory School Attendance Age from 17 to 18
3/20/2017

INACTIVE House Bill 586: Mandatory Kindergarten
1/23/2017

INACTIVE House Bill 726: False Reports of Abuse or Neglect
1/23/2017

INACTIVE House Bill 767: Mandatory Kindergarten
1/23/2017

INACTIVE House Bill 852: Requires Minors to Always Carry Photo ID
1/23/2017

INACTIVE House Bill 963: Creates Educational Requirements for Receipt of TANF Benefits
1/25/2017

INACTIVE House Bill 1169: Decreases Compulsory School Attendance Age to 5
1/25/2017

INACTIVE Senate Bill 2035: Replaces Common Core State Standards
1/11/2017

INACTIVE Senate Bill 2068: Kindergartners Must Attend Licensed School
1/26/2017

INACTIVE Senate Bill 2073: Kindergartners Must Attend Licensed School
1/26/2017

WATCH Senate Bill 2118: “Motivating Parents and Children” Pilot Program
1/11/2017

INACTIVE Senate Bill 2164: Lowers Compulsory School Attendance Age from 6 to 5
1/11/2017

INACTIVE Senate Bill 2173: Allows Homeschool Students to Participate in Extracurricular Activities
1/23/2017

INACTIVE Senate Bill 2459: Raises Compulsory School Attendance Age to 18
2/14/2017

WATCH Senate Bill 2585: Creates a Tax Deduction for Education Expenses
1/25/2017

INACTIVE Senate Bill 2782: Kindergartners Must Attend Licensed School
1/25/2017

INACTIVE Senate Bill 2881: ACT Requirement for Dropouts Under 18 Years Old
1/25/2017

WATCH Senate Bill 2947: Creates Tax Credit for Educational Expenses
2/15/2017

OPEN The Mississippi Legislature is in session
1/3/2017

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Department of Veterans’ Affairs v. C Family
Benefits withheld because of homeschooling

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