15 hrs ago
The York Daily Record
York Home School Association to host annual curriculum fair
The York Home School Association will hold its YHSA Annual Curriculum Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 29 at the York Expo Center, in the Old Main Building.
Trending on the Topix Network
Fri Mar 14, 2014
North shore residents interested in homeschooling invited to attend...
Due to a growing homeschooling population north shore , the Roman Catholic Home School Association of Louisiana will be hosting their 2014 Home School Conference, "Our Faith, Our Families, Our Call!", to answer any questions about the topic for all interested parents.
Trying to get a 'good' education
Need help: - I'm hoping someone out there can put me in touch with somebody that can help with my problem.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Narrower special education voucher bill advances
A narrowed version of a special education voucher bill for Mississippi students is moving ahead.
Fayette County Union
Kristine Marie Foreman, age 43 of Rosemount passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family on March 3, 2014.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Keller ISD simplifies transfer process
Administrators have eliminated the $75 transfer fee and no longer designate campuses as open or closed to transfers, or even "at capacity."
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The American Scholar
Recently, I assigned Carl Whitaker and Augustus Napier's The Family Crucible: One Family's Therapy-An Experience that Illuminates All Our Lives to my Family and Literature class .
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Charter schools vow challenge to state order to close
Officials and parents at two charter schools that the state has ordered to close at the end of June said the action came before changes instituted this school year could be proven effective, and vowed a challenge.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Leader of Oak Brook religious group resigns amid sex...
The head of a controversial, Oak Brook-based religious and home-schooling organization that has held seminars reaching millions has resigned following allegations that he sexually harassed teen girls and women.
Sexual harrassment alleged: Oak Brook religious leader Bill Gothard resigns
Bill Gothard, the founder and president of the Institute for Basic Life Principles, has resigned, according to a Friday evening report from the Sun-Times , due to alleged acts of sexual harassment of women and teen girls.
WINK-TV Fort Myers
Alva students arrested for gun, caught with ammo day before
As two teens faced a judge Friday morning, for bringing an unloaded gun to the Alva School Thursday, WINK News is learning they were searched the day before for suspicious activity.
Alaskan Bill giving tech funding to home schools sticks in committee
The Alaska Senate Education Committee on Monday questioned the constitutionality of a bill that would fund the purchase of student equipment and technology services for correspondence schools and home schooling.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Salt Lake Tribune
Bill would exempt home-schoolers from Utah curriculum standards
Home-schooled students in Utah would not have to follow the state's curriculum standards or days-in-school requirement under SB39 , endorsed Thursday by the House Education Committee.
EDITORIAL: A learning barrier overcome
In many places in America the quality of public schools has declined and the cost of a private alternative is rising.
Post and Courier
Tim Scott boosts school choice in public education
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott told a conservative audience in Washington this morning that public school choice in education should be a parental right.
Student who suffered brain injury playing school rugby had to be home schooled
THE mother of a young student left brain damaged in a schools rugby match has told the High Court she was upset when she was told he could no longer stay in the school he had played for.
Kiwanis Club of Carefree Art Enrichment Internship Application deadline is April 2
The Kiwanis Club of Carefree Art Enrichment Internship encourages the development of outstanding students from the Desert Foothills area who excel in the visual arts fields.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Orlando Sentinel
Choice is starving our public schools: My Word
The Orlando Sentinel's excellent editorial on school choice and accountability points out flaws in the system.
Media Research Center
Networks Never Covered German Home-School Family Plight
Illegal immigration might be a hot topic for the media, but the networks remained mum when the government denied asylum to a German family seeking the freedom to educate their own children.
Feds officially confirm German home-schooling family will be allowed to stay in US
The Department of Homeland Security officially confirmed Wednesday that a German home-schooling family that had faced deportation following the Supreme Court's refusal to hear their appeal will be allowed to stay in the U.S. An agency spokesman told Fox News that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement chose to exercise "prosecutorial discretion" ... (more)