Category Archives: Legislation

HSLDA Issues Call To Action On S. 1877

The following was cross posted on GuardianAdLitemReform.wordpress.com We have outlined, here, some of the abuses of courts and government departments that oversee families and domestic issues. Tomorrow, there is a bill that goes on the floor for debate that would … Continue reading

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Federal Government Moves Closer To Regulating Homeschooling Across The Country

You read it here first. Homeschooling United has reported, extensively, on Race To The Top (RT3) and the government’s efforts to regulate and mandate your educational freedoms right out from under you. Now, World Net Daily (WND) reports how the … Continue reading

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Belleville, Illinois Still Pushing Daytime Curfew …

… just under the radar and not out in the open. Seems any changes made after an overwhelming turnout of concerned citizens at last week’s city council meeting had no real effect on its members. Changes made to the charter … Continue reading

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Belleville Illinois To Determine When Your Children Can Be Out In Public

This evening, Belleville, Illinois City aldermen will determine when your children can be out in public. They will vote on an ordinance, tonight, that prohibits minors under age 17 from being present in any public place during the hours of 9:00 am … Continue reading

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Homeschoolers! Public Schools Want You!

My Friends at Missouri Education Watchdog have published a commentary on how public schools are quietly, stealthily, and unobtrusively trying to lure homeschoolers into the ‘system’. Some very good info to think about. We have warned, here at Homeschooling United, … Continue reading

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The People Are Not Safe From Last Minute Legislation Until The Fat Lady Sings

The following education bills, in the Missouri House and Senate, are outlined and updated here as to their status as the 2010/2011 session has progressed. Some bills that advance Race To The Top/Educated Citizenry 2020 are included here as well … Continue reading

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Slow Return On Educational Freedom Support

On March 8th the Educational Freedom Pledge was delivered to nearly 80 representatives in the Missouri House, and so far, as of this posting, Homeschooling United has not heard from any of the elected officials with dissent or support. We … Continue reading

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Can Sports Participation Be The Slippery Slope To Registration?

The debate has long ensued regarding homeschoolers and their participation in public education sports programs. This session, in Missouri, homeschoolers are watching HB476 , introduced by Representatives Funderburk and Parkinson of St. Charles County. The act provides every high school … Continue reading

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Tax Credits For Homeschoolers In Missouri?

Missouri is considering, this year, offering tax credits to homeschoolers. Perhaps it is in reaction to the long list of educational reform bills which include one, HJR 10, that is also flirting with the idea of creating a voucher program. HB618 sponsored by Jason … Continue reading

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Homeschoolers To Rally At The Capitol In Missouri

On Tuesday, March 8th, Families For Home Education are holding a rally at the State Capitol in Missouri. There will be FHE reps and Lobbyists to speak about legislation and homeschooling in the Rotunda at noon. Even if you are … Continue reading

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