Sites dealing with the political aspects of homeschooling belong in this category: * Proposed national, federal, or local legislation * Daytime curfews * Regulations for testing, registering, government oversight * Lobbying efforts of homeschooling advocacy groups * Government homeschooling programs * Charter and voucher programs that include homeschoolers * Anything in the political arena affecting a family's right to homeschool
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Another Path - Making the Decision to Homeschool
Written primarily for the parents of deaf children, the examination of issues applies to parents of hearing children as well. Includes common concerns, legal issues, and a list of pros and cons.
A family based web site discussing education and family issues.
More Information about Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA)
A critical look at HSLDA, and examination of legalities of homeschooling.
VegSource.com -- Controversial HomeSchool Issues
Public messageboard for discussion of controversial issues.
The Freeman | The Seduction of Homeschooling Families
Chris Cardiff warns that government school programs in California that include homeschoolers erode the homeschool movement. (March 01, 1998)
Homeschooling: Back to the Future?
The Cato Institute provides an analysis of factors contributing to the growing popularity and products of schooling at home. Includes history and FAQ. (January 07, 1998)
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