Questions and answers
What qualifies you to represent 250,000 Chula Vista residents? Hector Gastelum: I have a love for service, family, community and country.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Mother Plans to Sue New Jersey School Board due to Mold Exposure
According to the report, the mother intends to bring legal action in state court against the School Board because her children were exposed to mold at their school.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Parents upset with Central Square school board's decision to close Cleveland Elementary
Before moving to Cleveland, Sarah Taylor home-schooled her five children. Taylor was so impressed with Cleveland Elementary that she enrolled her family in the school on the north side of Oneida Lake.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Lawsuit claims S.A. religious leader preyed on his kids' nanny
Lourdes Torres-Manteufel, who worked as a nanny to the eight children of home-schooling activist and church leader Doug Phillips , sued him Tuesday in state district court here, claiming he used her as a sex object in a years-long relationship.
Lunsford Middle Learns the Effects of Bullying
Release, Loudoun County Public Schools: Students at J. Michael Lunsford Middle School got a lesson on the effects of bullying from someone who has been on both sides of the equation.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Asperger's now on 'the spectrum'
Last year the American Psychiatric Association made significant changes in the wording used when diagnosing various forms of autism.
Nelson schools losing students
According to roll data taken in July last year and March this year, only 15 of the 58 primary, intermediate and secondary schools in the region had a roll increase, while four had the same number of children.
The Heartland Institute
Parents Camp Out, Risk Jail to Get Kids into Better Schools
Every year, parents across the country camp out and line up to get their kids into good schools.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Hays Daily News
Homeschoolers share curricula at event
The Ellis County Home School Network curriculum fair Thursday night at North Oak Community Church is an idea swap of sorts.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Be true to your home school
Sitting comfortably on a couch inside their Brandon home, you would never guess Christy Unger and her three children spend several hours a day learning together.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Focus on the courage displayed amid horror
As a former Western Pennsylvania resident, I always have a special interest in news from the area.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Home-schooling families say cooperative benefits students
For many parents quality education is a top priority. Every year thousands of parents nationwide choose to educate their children through home schooling.
Resident: Anti-Public School Ideology 'Hurts Home Values'
Editor's note: the following is a letter to the editor from Woodstock resident John Konop.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
AAUW sets location for its big book sale
The Medina County Branch of the American Association of University Women's 21st Annual Used Book Sale, April 23-26, will be at a new location this year, 5016 Grande Ave., Medina.
Ipswich Evening Star
Suffolk: Home education - could it be the right answer for your family? Juliet Fisher believes so
The couple converted a playroom into a classroom, organised maths and English tutors, studied the National Curriculum and took the plunge.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
The Tutt Case and why it should matter to every parent
The Texas home schooling community has been abuzz the last few months with the story of the Trevor and Christina Tutt family of Dallas County, Texas.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Lexington: The home-school conundrum
IN THESE first days of spring a mood of relief fills Morristown, Tennessee, near the foot of the Great Smoky Mountains.
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Editorial: Enrollment issues aren't going away
Declining enrollment is the issue public school districts throughout our region are facing.