HSLDA

A new law settles questions about the status of private school students who learn from home, but raises others. Continue...
On June 28, Governor Janet Mills signed a bill dropping the starting age for compulsory school attendance in Maine from...
When this graduate moved to Texas and applied for a job, he was told his homeschool diploma was “invalid.” Fortunately,...
A state official mistakenly asked for extra documents from this homeschool family, then said they might face truancy charges if...
When Congress began addressing reforms to the child abuse legislation known as CAPTA, HSLDA immediately got involved in the discussion—to...
The effort of the Maine Department of Education to induce all homeschool families to use an online process they created...
A homeschool graduate seeking a law enforcement job in southern Maryland hit a roadblock. We helped clear the path. Continue...
The homeschool notice of intent form HSLDA makes available to members no longer includes a place to indicate that it...
An Ohio public school superintendent thought we were a little harsh when we asked her to follow the law. Continue...
Three strikes for New Mexico’s latest online notification form. Will officials listen to homeschoolers’ concerns? Continue Reading https://hslda.org/hs/state/nm/20190625-homeschool-database-unsafe-unlawful-and-not-really-mandatory.aspx
By insisting that families provide information the law does not require, the state’s homeschool forms hearken back to a time...
After her granddaughters endured trauma at public school, this grandmother decided she could do better educating them at home. Then...