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    NEW: STUDENT PORTAL!
    Pages currently available in the student portal include:
    ■ a wish list page - just in time for Christmas;
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    ■ The grades page;
    ■ A To-Do page.
    please sign your students up and check it out so far. Send us feedback and suggestions, we would love to hear from you. Go to the'STUDENTS' page to set each student up.


  • Homeschool Current Events and News

    from the Home School Legal Defense Association feed

    Our Advocacy Goals for This Year

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018

    Even as HSLDA presses for reform in New York, we have a full slate of advocacy goals for the coming year.



    HSLDA, Governor’s Office Save This Homeschooler’s Job

    Tue, 9 Jan 2018

    A pharmacy tech nearly lost her job because officials initially refused to accept her homeschool diploma.



    What the New Tax Reform Law Means for Homeschooling Families

    Tue, 9 Jan 2018

    The child tax credit doubled. And 529 savings accounts were expanded … sort of. That’s where things got complicated.



    January 10 Hearing for New Homeschool Rule

    Mon, 8 Jan 2018

    The Department of Education is in the process of bringing the homeschool regulations up to date.



    State Blocks Another Homeschool Alum

    Wed, 3 Jan 2018

    Health officials didn’t want to give an experienced out-of-state phlebotomist a license—just because she was homeschooled.



    Hard-Won: Homeschooler Earns Florida Vocational Scholarship

    Tue, 14 Nov 2017

    He’d done the coursework. State law said he was qualified. But the state’s financial aid office claimed homeschoolers weren’t eligible.



    Legislator Apologizes for Calling Homeschooling “Child Abuse”

    Tue, 14 Nov 2017

    But her comments, and remarks from other officials, reveal a surprising hostility in New Hampshire’s government toward homeschooling.



    Homeschool Mom Uncovers District’s Foul Play

    Wed, 8 Nov 2017

    The district thought it could ignore the law and refuse to let homeschool students qualify for the same free college classes offered to public school students.



    Ultrasound Institute Changes Its Discriminatory Policy

    Tue, 31 Oct 2017

    The institute told a homeschool graduate that her diploma wasn’t good enough and that she had to take the GED.



    District: Pick Any Science Course You Want—As Long as It’s Biology

    Tue, 31 Oct 2017

    School officials tried to take the “individual” out of “individual home instruction plan.”



    SSA Threatens: Study Year-Round … or Lose Benefits

    Tue, 24 Oct 2017

    A homeschooled high schooler is in danger of losing Social Security benefits because administrators can’t read a school calendar.



    Districts Squeeze Parents for Additional Information

    Tue, 10 Oct 2017

    Several public school districts are insisting homeschool parents submit their specific forms—which often seek unauthorized information.




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