Government oversight has gone from the outlawing of parent-led education to having parent rights constantly in jeopardy due to ever-changing regulations.
Tag – Homeschooling
William Rembis took his baby with him to visit his wife in the hospital. He left the other younger kids in the care of their 14 and 16 year-old siblings. That’s all it took for Child ‘Protective’ Services to swoop down and remove the children. Now CPS is trying to stop the family from homeschooling.
Just imagine — an MS in Mathematics at age 19, an MS in Computer Science at age 17, a medical doctor at age 22 and a college sophomore at age 13. You can bet Kip and Mona Lisa Harding’s kids would never have done so well if they were enrolled in Common Core at the local public school. The Hardings chose a more challenging educational option — homeschooling.
The excuse for the initiative is to “protect minors.” Who can argue with that? But the Alliance Defending Freedom says, “Adoption of the Salles Report would further damage the rights of European parents in educating their children according to their own religious and philosophical convictions.” The effort has not yet reached persecution status, but appears to be a step in that direction.
If Uwe and Hannelore Romeike had snuck across the Rio Grande and taken jobs as migrant workers, they and their children could probably stay in the US as long as they wanted. But there’s no path to US citizenship for this German family facing religious persecution in their native land. You see, a Hitler-era law still declares homeschooling VERBOTEN.
by B. Christopher Agee, Western Journalism In the age of federally mandated Common Core curriculum and widespread evidence of leftist indoctrination, it is not surprising a growing number of American families are exploring educational options other than public school. As parents try to protect their children from the propagandistic government system, however, the government is […]
We told you the other day about Ohio Senator Capri Cafaro’s legislation for controlling homeschooling in the state. Senate Bill 248 would have required parents interested in educating their children at home to be investigated by Social Services. The plan was for parents and children to be interviewed separately. And don’t forget about the background checks.