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WEDNESDAY, AUG 27, 2014  |  8 comments  |  1 commentary
Opposing views on homeschool regulation

Should states regulate homeschoolers more closely? Would that help prevent rare instances of neglect—or establish a dangerous precedent of government interference?

An article in the Sept. 6 issue of WORLD explores the question of abuse among homeschooling families. Although available evidence suggests abuse and neglect are less common than average among homeschoolers, the Coalition for Responsible Home Education has proposed tightening homeschool laws.

Heather Doney and Rachel Coleman, two former homeschool students, founded CRHE in December. Together with Rachel Lazerus, a CHRE staff member, they wrote a set of homeschool policy recommendations for lawmakers, intended to “protect homeschooled children and youth from falling through the cracks if their parents or guardians are unable or unwilling to responsibly educate them.” ...


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News Item8/28/14 2:39 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I have some reservations about HSLDA, in fact when the boss of this organizations wonders afar from the home school arena I thoroughly condemn his actions. However, in ths article the HSLDA gave reasoned responses and it looks like in many places actually agreed with CRHE. The HSLDA does have something about the regulations in all 50 states, which can be found here, https://www.hslda.org/laws/Summary_of_Laws.pdf(Home School Laws (PDF)).

"United States Supreme Court precedent appears to favor educational choice, as long as states set standards."---http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeschooling_in_the_United_States (Homeschooling in the United States--Wikipedia)

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News Item8/28/14 1:21 AM
Mike Fan  Find all comments by Mike Fan
Mike wrote:
No, no, yes. What would they do, post a guard in the homeschool? Stupid ideas are ever being put forth by agenda-driven people.
Nothing wrong with having an agenda Mike, that's where your wonderful ideas come from.
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News Item8/27/14 11:13 AM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
states need to regulate their schools period. (as written in their charters) as far as I've been able to ascertain, they've been handing over that responsibility to the feds and charter schools. Either way, representation is lost for those in the community who do use the public schools. If they are failing at their own responsibilities, why do they feel the need to expand?
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News Item8/27/14 8:52 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
It asks:
"Should states regulate homeschoolers more closely? Would that help prevent rare instances of neglect—or establish a dangerous precedent of government interference?"

No, no, yes. What would they do, post a guard in the homeschool? Stupid ideas are ever being put forth by agenda-driven people.

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News Item8/27/14 7:38 AM
Geoff | Atlanta  Find all comments by Geoff
I agree with that this is a veiled attempt to regain control of youth by the state. This is an attempt to usurp the authority of the parent and to the Word of God.
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News Item8/27/14 6:24 AM
Marty McD | usa  Find all comments by Marty McD
To some, Caesar is more than a minister of God's justice, but rather is Lord over all spheres of life.
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News Item8/27/14 4:41 AM
Allie  Find all comments by Allie
These ladies think that the broken public school system should monitor homeschoolers. The public schools are a mess and incompetent. They cannot guarantee kids will be well educated and safe from abuse. This is simply a ploy to get kids away from the care, nuture, and influence from parents. This is diguised as something other than that. Someone is always trying to mess with home schoolers.
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News Item8/27/14 3:04 AM
SF from TX  Find all comments by SF from TX
Define "responsibly educate"
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