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The Adobe Reader is used to read pdf files. 
The military is fond of pdf files.

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Public Relations tip for activists (of any persuasion):  whenever the public people you wish to influence do something 'right,' send them a note as you do when they do something 'wrong.'  Follow up with a letter to the editor of the local newspaper.

On This Page:

(Some) Homeschoolers against health care reform

In re Rachel L.:  California homeschooling on trial

Federalization of homeschooling

Parental rights legislation 

AERA Conference response:  "Through the Lens of Homeschooling" 

Akron Beacon Journal week-long series of articles 'about homeschooling' 
Universal mental health screening 

CBS's 'exposé' on the Dark Side of Homeschooling
NCLB and 'push-outs' from school:  Jackson family of New Jersey
Public-school-at-home and We Stand for Homeschooling

USAREUR attempt to regulate homeschooling by overseas military parents

HSLDA/military complex



(Some) Homeschoolers against health care reform


In re Rachel L.


Federalization of Homeschooling [2005 version: HR 3753/SB 1691, and 2003 version:  HR 2732/SB 1562 (HoNDA) ]

Parental Rights vs. Social and State ConcernsDiscussions about whose authority trumps whose:  Parents or the State's; discussions concerning homeschoolers' social responsibilities


American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference, 2004.  The discussions about the 2004 AERA Conference are no longer online at the National Home Education Network (NHEN) pages.  A response to the conclusions of the conference are in a paper by Nicky Hardenbergh of the Massachusetts Home Learning Association:  "Through the Lens of Homeschooling: A Response to Michael Apple and Rob Reich"

Akron Beacon Journal homeschooling-articles series, week of 14 - 20 November 2004
Rebuttal [link dead ends] to Akron Beacon Journal newspaper's series on homeschooling.  Because the original link to a rebuttal of the ABJ's anti-homeschooling series is dead, I'm linking to a different rebuttal series at O'Donnellweb.


Mental Health Assessment of School ChildrenBulletin from the National Home Education Legal Defense (NHELD) website on the mental health evaluation of schoolchildren, and the possible carry-over onto homeschooling families.


Child Abuse

No Child Left BehindAre 'push-outs' a consequence of high-stakes schooling?
New Jersey:  the Jacksons

Public-schooling-at-homeCyber-charters and publicly-funded correspondence-schools and e-schools

We Stand for Homeschooling

  • Note from publishers of Home Education Magazine 



HR 3139:  Youth Worker Protection Act, introduced 23 Sep 03


Regulation of overseas military homeschooling (2001), article by me for Home Education Magazine


HSLDA/military complex



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