Tag: Arkansas

Homeschool Alumni Support Arkansas Dual Enrollment Bill

For Immediate Release: Everyone benefits when public schools are funded to provide services to homeschooled students Canton, Ma., 03/04/2019—Last week, the Arkansas House passed House Bill 1419, which would expand homeschooled students’ access to individual public school classes…. Read More

Alumni Group to AR: Address Homeschool Educational Neglect

For Immediate Release: Revisions to Arkansas’ educational neglect statute should include protections for homeschooled students Canton, Ma., 02/21/2019—The Coalition for Responsible Home Education (CRHE), a national nonprofit organization founded by homeschool alumni to advocate for homeschooled children, is… Read More

Arkansas Data Contradicts HSLDA’s Claims

Last week, Scott Woodruff of the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) used homeschool testing data from Arkansas to argue that homeschool programs in that state are superior to those offered by public schools. We have been analysing… Read More

Statement Opposing Arkansas’ House Bill 1381

For Immediate Release: Arkansas’ Homeschool Testing Requirement Benefits Homeschooled Children Canton, Ma., 3/6/15—With House Bill 1381, Arkansas stands poised to remove its testing requirement for homeschooled students. “Arkansas’ state-mandated testing benefits homeschooled students by giving their parents an… Read More

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