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Homeschool Parents Pepper Sprayed, Tasered, & Handcuffed -- as Kids Watch

The Hagan family, homeschoolers in Missouri, seek donations to fund their civil rights lawsuit, launched by the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) on November 14, 2014. 177 more words

Sustainability

A Minnesota Legend and the Future of Digitized Education in America

Minnesota Legendary Reporter Jim Ragsdale and the Future of Digitized Education in America

In 2013 reporter Jim Ragsdale brought to light our Minnesota legislative auditor’s report on data collection and very questionable security for our state’s schools via the Minnesota Department of Education.   137 more words

Common Core State Standards

Capitol Day Celebrates 30 Years in a Big Way

The 30th Oklahoma Home Educators’ Capitol Day is scheduled for Tuesday, February 10, 2015.  They are celebrating the longest running Home Educators’ Capitol Day in the nation with the theme “Continue the Legacy”.   241 more words

Events

What Would You Bring With You on an Island?

“What would you want if you were stranded on a desert island?” The classic question. Every adult has seen this question at least once, and some have even thought of a few things they would bring. 352 more words

ELA

HSLDA Members Put Naked Child in a "Cage With Feces and Urine"

By R.L. Stollar, HA Community Coordinator

5 years ago, in 2009, the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) claimed Karen S. Tolin and Timothy E. Tolin as a victory for their organization.  477 more words

Homeschool

A Closer Look at Karen Campbell and Lisa Cherry's Podcast Series on Sexual Abuse Prevention

About the author: Kathi is a Bible-belt midwest transplant to the beautiful Pacific northwest. After homeschooling her kids for 10 years (she decided that high school math and science were not her strongest subjects), both kids are in public school. 1,391 more words

Homeschool

Hurts Me More Than You: Jaime and Susanna's Stories

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Trigger warning for Hurts Me More Than You series: posts in this series may include detailed descriptions of corporal punishment and physical abuse and violence towards children. 820 more words

Homeschool