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Homeschool News- March 24, 2018

Battle Isn’t Over for Homeschoolers. New Regulations Ahead?

Days after homeschool supporters rallied at the Capitol against a bill that required home fire inspections, new legislation is creating a path for more regulations. Assemblywoman Susan Eggman (D-Stockton) amended AB 2926 on Tuesday (March 20). Her amendments call for the creation of a committee …

The sad story of the Perris torture case doesn’t justify a bad homeschooling law


We at Home School Legal Defense Association grieved for the children in the reports of abuse out of Riverside County. No child should ever be treated the way these children were. As the nation’s largest homeschool advocacy organization, we love homeschooling and believe it is an excellent …

Mary Mascher’s Lame Attempt to Ban Private Schools and Homeschooling

Caffeinated Thoughts

Iowa has compulsory attendance laws so students are required to attend a public school unless they are attending a private school or homeschooling. Second, under the guise of protecting a “right,” she wants to trample on Iowans’ rights. The first way was by substituting the RKBA language. Why not …

Gov. Daugaard vetoes five bills


Portion of the Governor’s veto message: “The bill’s sponsors seek an alternate path for home-schooled students to receive the Opportunity Scholarship, outside the currently available mechanism. However, the bill holds home-schooled students to a lower standard than students who graduate from an …

Daugaard Signs New Initiative Campaign Rules, Vetoes 3 Bills

U.S. News & World Report

He also vetoed three bills on Friday, including a proposal that would give home-schooled students another path to get the state’s Opportunity Scholarship. Daugaard wrote in his veto message that it would hold home-schoolers to a lower standard than public or private high schools graduates.

Parents, teachers talk special education in Northwest Florida

Crestview News Bulletin

The Gardiner Scholarship program provides home-schooled students — in addition to other qualifications — with special needs scholarships to use for speech or occupational therapy, instructional materials, tuition at an eligible private school, contributions to a college prepaid account and more. “So far …

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