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    NEW: STUDENT PORTAL!
    Pages currently available in the student portal include:
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    ■ The grades page;
    ■ A To-Do page.
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  • Homeschool Current Events and News

    from the Home School Legal Defense Association feed

    Loudoun Targets Virginia’s Religious Exemption

    Tue, 4 Dec 2018

    Local parents rallied to oppose the school board’s plan to alter the religious exemption for homeschoolers.



    Dispute Over Paperwork ≠ Neglect

    Tue, 4 Dec 2018

    When a mom and dad in New York were placed on the child abuse registry because school officials wanted them to use different homeschooling forms, HSLDA stepped in.



    Iowa Student Living in Texas Collides with Driver’s License Obstacle

    Tue, 4 Dec 2018

    A homeschool student participating in an out-of-state program was nearly denied the chance to start driver’s training, until we straightened out the situation.



    Sheriff Tries to Enforce Old Version of Homeschool Law

    Wed, 28 Nov 2018

    When a local sheriff told a family he needed proof they were lawfully educating their children, our attorney explained that his expectations were outdated.



    Mom Survives Hurricanes, Only to Face a CPS Investigation

    Tue, 27 Nov 2018

    Nana Marconi, a single mother and Air Force veteran, wondered how her decision to homeschool in tranquil Puerto Rico could have gone so wrong.



    They Changed the Rules, Then Blamed the Families

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018

    Julie Wheaton, Kenza Dekar, and other homeschooling parents in this Massachusetts district had complied with the law for years. Then officials changed the rules—but didn’t tell them about it.



    Homeschool Graduate Cleared for Hiring, But Too Late

    Tue, 13 Nov 2018

    We helped a graduate qualify for a job, but the company took so long that he was hired elsewhere.



    School Officials Refuse to Let Student Go

    Tue, 13 Nov 2018

    Unhappy with their daughter’s public school experience, these parents officially withdrew her to homeschool. But the school had other ideas.



    Standardized Teaching = Top Test Scores?

    Tue, 6 Nov 2018

    Think again! Students from Common Core-focused school systems returned poor test results—but homeschoolers continue to shine.



    Dear CPS: Please Follow State Policy!

    Tue, 6 Nov 2018

    By taking our advice, this family was able to defuse a very tense situation and get back to homeschooling. (We also equipped the investigator with a clearer understanding of state law.)



    Grad’s Struggle Clears Way for Others to Take Vocational Exam

    Tue, 30 Oct 2018

    A homeschool graduate was barred from getting a license he needed for work. His dilemma led to a change in regulations.



    The Ugly Truth About Cosmetology Schools and Discrimination

    Tue, 30 Oct 2018

    This graduate’s college entrance exam impressed officials at four-year liberal arts colleges. But a cosmetology institute couldn’t see past her homeschool diploma.




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