Category Archives: Legislation

New Home School Laws Set to Take Effect Summer of 2017

The Arkansas Legislature passed several good laws related to home schooling this year. These laws are set to take effect in the spring and summer of 2017. You can download a list of these laws–and an analysis of what each … Continue reading

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Armed Forces Finally Accept Homeschool Enlistees on Equal Terms

Long Struggle on Behalf of Homeschool High School Graduates Pays off William A. Estrada, Esq. Director of Federal Relations Will Estrada┬áhas been leading our efforts to defend homeschooling on Capitol Hill since 2006. As the oldest of eight kids, and … Continue reading

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The Common Core Standards Are Here. Now. What Are They? What Do They Mean to Home Schoolers?

Taken from Practical Homeschooling Magazine #107 January/February/March 2013 Edition www.home-school.com “Despite three federal laws that prohibit federal departments or agencies from directing, supervising or controlling elementary and secondary school curricula, programs of instruction and instructional materials, the U.S. Department of … Continue reading

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