Public Education
Legal issues cloud Missouri school district’s race-based hiring

(The Daily Signal) – A Missouri school district intends to double its percentage of minority teachers even as the state’s attorney general has warned that private companies that racially discriminate… Read More

February 1, 2024
The homeschool movement is here to stay, says HSLDA president Jim Mason

A few decades ago, homeschooling was all but extinct. Now, 2 million students nationwide are home-educated, largely thanks to advocacy groups such as the Home School… Read More

December 19, 2023
Homeschool grad tackles NCAA over confusion regarding college soccer scholarship

Homeschooling’s innate flexibility helped Bowen McCloud excel on and off the playing field – until a misunderstanding by the NCAA almost derailed his college soccer career. The University of Tulsa… Read More

December 8, 2023
The walls have been breached: Attorneys general from 54 US states and territories call on Congress to restrict AI from creating child porn

Congress must act quickly to prevent the exploitation of children by Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology. This, according to a letter from attorneys general of 54 U.S. Read More

September 7, 2023
Homeschool family defends rights to dual-enrollment programs for high school students

Thanks to dual enrollment, many homeschool students don’t need to graduate high school before taking college-level courses. Some can even complete college degrees while still in their teens. For example,… Read More

June 26, 2023
Nonprofit fights discrimination against diplomas issued to homeschool high school graduates

A substitute public school teacher in Missouri and a correctional officer in Texas recently experienced discrimination in their careers on account of being homeschooled. Both graduated with homeschool high school… Read More

June 22, 2023