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We believe it is in the best interest of the homeschool community for assessment requirements to be eased this year....
A Virginia school district admits to state supreme court justices that it planned to prosecute a homeschool family over a...
A broadly worded order from the Michigan governor shutting down “in-person instruction” could have been interpreted as a ban on...
As educators scramble to adapt to the coronavirus, some parents want to withdraw their children from public school-at-home and start...
With schools closed across the nation, the news media is now focusing on kids learning at home—and how they’re doing...
Governor Whitmer has clarified that her order to “suspend” kindergarten through 12th-grade “in-person” instruction does not interfere with homeschooling. Continue...
Confusion over policies regarding withdrawing from high school have made it harder for some Indiana families who want to start...
Georgia, New York, and South Dakota have joined the list of states that have changed homeschool requirements in light of...
The Ohio Department of Education has released guidance that conflicts with what we previously told you. Continue Reading https://hslda.org/hs/state/oh/20200408-COVID-19-Urgent-ODE-Changing-Guidance-on-Assessments.aspx
The Board of Regents voted on changes to the annual assessment requirement for homeschool parents. Continue Reading https://hslda.org/hs/state/ny/20200408-COVID-19-Board-of-Regents-Changes-Homeschool-Assessment-Requirements.aspx
Amber knew that her children would not do well with online learning. But when she notified the Palm Beach County...
The Common Core, an attempt to impose national standards on America’s classrooms, has mostly faded. But some states have simply...