AHA: Smoke Signals

smokeMany homeschool advocates, support group volunteers, and business people who work with homeschooling families have noticed a marked increase this year in media challenges to homeschooling laws, regulations, and long-accepted practices, not only in many parts of the U.S., but around the world in countries where homeschooling is also popular.

This compilation from the American Homeschool Association includes recent news articles from several areas, and shares some helpful articles on why homeschooling families need to be free from unnecessary state regulation, why it is difficult to achieve, and what we can do to reclaim and maintain homeschooling freedoms for our families and future generations of homeschoolers.

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One Response to AHA: Smoke Signals

  1. Helen on September 16, 2009 at 5:14 am

    The AHA feature includes an excerpt from and a link to an article about Alaska’s homeschooling law being “the most lax” in the nation, and suggesting there might be a reason for concern. Today the Anchorage Daily News website has a follow-up opinion piece, once again generating plenty of controversy: