HSLDA

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...
Virginia’s religious exemption statute has functioned well since 1976. There is nothing to suggest that it needs to change. Continue...
Advocates and legislators worked together to end discrimination against homeschool graduates who want to work in real estate. Continue Reading...
Want to use more of your own money on educational expenses? The House of Representatives says “no,” but there’s still...
If a lower court’s ruling stands, county school boards will be free to make up their own requirements for homeschooling....
A new policy is in the works, which pledges that homeschool families who submit their homeschool paperwork will not be...
Assembly Bill 430 would have allowed social workers to visit the homes of “at-risk” parents to “offer help” in raising...
Why you should tune in to the Supreme Court’s website at 10 a.m. ET on May 20. Continue Reading https://hslda.org/docs/news/2019/20190513-protecting-kids-yes-or-no-to-strip-searches.aspx
HSLDA won its policy battle with the VA back in 2004. But the agency’s confusing guidance often leaves individual families’...