Posts Tagged ‘ curfews ’

Curfews and Homeschoolers

Curfews and Homeschoolers

As homeschoolers, we need to be informed about daytime curfews for several reasons. * Although only a few communities have enacted curfews so far, the number is increasing. * Curfews undermine everyone’s basic freedoms. * Our efforts to oppose curfews are much more likely to be effective if we act now, before curfews are...
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AHA Journal: News & Info

AHA Journal: News & Info

The American Homeschool Association’s Open Online Journalism Project provides a voice and broad exposure for any the work homeschoolers are involved in, and it offers homeschoolers a place to share, learn and help others become empowered. The AHA Citizen’s Journal will address issues related to homeschooling and which homeschool advocates have a passion for:...
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AHA Citizen's Journal

AHA Citizen's Journal

Are you always finding interesting stories, news items, websites and resources that you think other homeschoolers would enjoy? The AHA is looking for people to write for the American Homeschool Association’s Open Online Journalism project, or Citizen’s Journal. Your contribution can be a sentence or a paragraph, a single link or an entire page,...
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Truancy & Curfews

Truancy & Curfews

“Many of us grew up in communities with Truant Officers – the men and women in charge of assuring that all children were in school each day. The Truant Officer in our town made regular early morning visits to the bowling alley, the doughnut shop and other teen “hang-outs,” then made his way out...
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