Letter to Rosebud-Lott ISD – January 18, 2010

After an Association member withdrew her grandson from Rosebud-Lott Middle School, a district official told her she had to come to the school to sign withdrawal forms and notify the school of which curriculum she would be using. He threatened her grandson with truancy charges if she failed to … [Read more...]

Live Free or Die

The state motto of New Hampshire is Live Free or Die, and that seems appropriate for the actions by the home school community last week. As I wrote, there are attempts all over the country to lay the groundwork for government regulations of home schooling. Professors are writing scholarly papers on … [Read more...]

Who Owns the Children?

In the 1980s Texas Attorney General Jim Mattox publicly stated that he did not believe parents were qualified to raise their children, much less teach them at home. This anti-parent mentality was shared by most of Texas' elected officials. Today we are seeing a resurgence of the view that home … [Read more...]


The decision to homeschool your teenager is a serious one. In comparison to younger children, teens require greater dedication of the parents to the responsibilities of home education. Teenagers are more independent in the completion of their course work, but the parents assume a larger … [Read more...]