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Homeschooling News for May 17, 2017. Let us know what’s happening in your region. Homeschool Highways.

Family credits home schooling for success

Home school is not for everyone.The start of a new school year may not even be on your mind right now, but one Charleston family wants to share their home school success story.I didn’t set out with the mindset that this was an anti-public school,” said Les



Home schoolers visit capitol

Courtesy of LRC Public Information A group of home schoolers from Bell and Harlan counties visited with Sen. Johnny Ray Turner and Rep. Rick Nelson at the state capitol in March. 2:16 pm Updated: 4:47 pm. | 1:58 pm | 4:19 pm | Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

HSLDA | Social Security Stalls Benefit Payments – Until Congressman Calls

ADVERTISEMENT May 16, 2017 Protect your family. Defend homeschooling. Stay informed. As Home School Legal Defense Association’s lead attorney on Social Security (SSA) issues, I took a keen interest last week when the administration released its “Top 10 Baby Names” for 2016.

Fire displaces Amherst family

An Amherst family is without a place to live Monday night after a fire ripped through their home.Amherst’s volunteer fire chief says the family was away from the house just South of 190th road and Sartoria roads but one of the homeowners noticed the blaze

WyCo. prosecutor wants tougher regulation for home schools after death of 7-year-old Adrian Jones

WYANDOTTE COUNTY, Kan. — There could soon be new rules for home schools in Kansas. Lawmakers are considering tougher regulations to keep kids stay safe. The proposed bill would require family members to report abuse if they see it happening in the home. But Wyandotte County Prosecutor Mark Dupree wants lawmakers to go one step further.

Memory Masters: Students earn national homeschool award

Classical Conversations students from Woodstock and Canton have earned national homeschool awards. They capped months of study by correctly reciting more than 500 facts from a multitude of subjects as part of the national Classical Conversations Memory Master program on April 28. Memory Master is a program available to all Classical Conversations participants nationwide once a year.

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