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A Labor Department rule says homeschoolers ages 14 and 15 can’t work during hours public schools are in session. Several...
Several congressmen have joined HSLDA in our efforts to change an unwieldy DOL rule, which bans 14- and 15-year-old homeschoolers...
A homeschooling mom told a public school administrator that his demand for additional academic testing was arbitrary and unlawful. Continue...
Families persuaded legislators to change a bill that would have restricted home education. Continue Reading https://hslda.org/hs/state/ga/20190319-legislators-feel-the-heat-amend-bad-bill.aspx
The amendments simplified the bill dramatically and the red tape is gone. State-approved schools and church-exempt schools no longer need...
The federal Department of Education secretary recently promoted a plan to grant tax credits to people who donate to state...
Legislation in Illinois and Iowa calls for officials to regularly visit homeschool families. Meanwhile, a New York bill could severely...
Homeschool grads can now qualify for up to $6500 through state scholarships, on the same terms as other students. Continue...
This graduate already had a bachelor’s degree, but a community college refused to enroll him because he was homeschooled. Continue...
Several state bills aim to make children start school earlier and stay in school longer—but a growing body of research...
This morning Rep. Monica Bristow, the sponsor of House Bill 3560, filed a motion to table the bill. For all...
Maryland House Bill 356 has the potential to impact homeschooling in Maryland, and we want you to be informed. Continue...