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District Defies State Regs, Forces New Rules on Homeschoolers
The school district tried to make homeschoolers fill out an elaborate registration packet and turn over three separate proofs of residency. We pushed back—and got an astonishing response.

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School Officials Invent Outrageous “Homeschool Monitoring Requirements”


Calvert Retracts Form Demand


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Puerto Rico Declares Homeschooling a Fundamental Right


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College Lets Parents Validate Homeschool Language Credits


District Stalls for Years over Simple Form Letter


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HSLDA and DeVos Talk Homeschool Freedom


District Cuts Teen’s High School Program Short


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Law? What Law? SSA Official Thinks You’re Not Homeschooled


Hostile Legislator Suggests Common Core for Homeschoolers


Mom Seeks Safer Environment for Son, Ends Up in Court


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Ohio Still Blames Mom for Official’s Mistake


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Little League Policy: Home Run for Military Homeschoolers


Cuban Family to Go on Trial for Homeschooling


North Dakota Expands Standardized Testing Options


HSLDA Persuades Hospital to Hire Homeschool Grad


Official Retracts Faulty Letter, Apologizes for Alarming Family


School Officials Repeatedly Harass Homeschooling Family


HR 610 Languishes in Committee


Governor Vetoes New Homeschool Law


Cosmetology School Gets a Policy Makeover


Officials Agree to Stop Fishing for Extra Info


Stanley Black & Decker Won’t Let Homeschool Grad Get Away


Goodbye “Application.” Hello “Notice.”


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HSLDA Opposes Daytime Curfews. Period.


School Official Falsely Labels Child Illiterate


Lineman School Rejects Graduate’s Homeschool Diploma


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Trump to Sign Repeal of Dangerous Education Regulations


Phone Call Saves Student $12,000


Senator Pulls Dangerous Bill Limiting Homeschooling


Proposed Bill Would Treat Homeschooling as Abuse


Governor Signs Bill Giving Access to Pre-ACT


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Want to Stay Free? Go to a Homeschool Capitol Day


Could Guaranteed Admission Crowd Out Homeschool Grads?


We Wish Every School Official Were This Nice


Officials Interpret Law as a License to Pry


Graduate’s Job Snag Leads to Better Hiring Policy


4 Ways That HR 610 Will Threaten Your Rights


New Doctorate Helps HSLDA Consultant Speak Up for Struggling Learners


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School Wrongly Throws Family into DCF Investigation


Enrollment Down? Let’s Harass Homeschoolers!


Calling All Homeschool Scientists: Special Invitation to the USA X-STEM Symposium


When Keeping Good Records isn’t Enough


Never Mind What the Law Says, We Think You’re Truant


University Requires Special Test for Homeschool Graduates


Colleges: Are You a Real Homeschool Graduate?


Mom Fights to Bring Son Home from Boarding School


Granite State Homeschoolers Unite for Freedom


Dear Court: The Ferrises Deserve a Trial


Court Praises Mom, Then Finds Her Guilty


Saga of the Bad Compulsory Attendance Law


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