HSLDA battles to ensure parents have the final say in how their
children are educated.—Mike Smith, HSLDA President
Superintendent Defends Free Laptop Offer to Oversight
In a letter to the state committee, Mike Lodmel said he
thought his controversial plan "was a good idea." Here's why we
remain skeptical. Read more.
Is There Life after Homeschooling?
If you have grown-up children, then you know that maintaining
a healthy relationship with them can be tricky at times. How can you
navigate that transition with ease and grace? Our guest Gina Smith has the
answer. Listen to the program.
Young Writers: What are You Passionate About?
Animal lovers, travel enthusiasts, and young philosophers—here's
your big chance! You can write about your passions and win cash prizes in
HSLDA's annual student essay contest, which will accept entries through
November 1. Guidelines and
Military Enlistment Policy for Homeschoolers
Homeschool teens who want to enlist in the military after
high school graduation should be aware of the military's homeschool policy.
Detailed information to guide your teen in this process is available on
HSLDA's website. Read more.
If you live in Illinois, Iowa,
Maine, or New York, click on the link below to learn about legislation that
could affect your freedom to homeschool.