As Indiana begins a new push for taxpayer funded daycare, we are reminded that the very BEST place for socialization and education is in the home. IAHE stands with parents across the state who understand this to be true. We know children are not made with cookie cutters and have been placed in each of […]
On September 18, HSLDA met with the Indianapolis Police Department to discuss a portion of the IMPD Southwest District Taskforce Newsletter. Attorney TJ Schmidt has an update on the HSLDA website.
Are you a social media star? Do you know how to Hoot and Tweet? Are you a Facebook fanatic? The IAHE is looking for a social media volunteer to join our team. Does sharing and chatting with other homeschoolers on the internet sound like fun? We are looking for a motivated volunteer to help with IAHE’s […]
IAHE is pleased to share the research of Dr. Brian Ray of the National Home Education Research Institute. We suggest you consider supporting research based on a sound worldview by donating to NHERI. Mental Health of Homeschoolers Will the home educated grow up to be mentally healthy or not? Will they seek psychological help if […]
MUST HEAR information regarding the Common Core Math Standards from Women on the Wall in Texas. Dr. James Milgram shares very disturbing information regarding the Common Core Math Standards. He is a Hoosier born mathematics expert and states that the Common Core Math Standards will destroy students’ ability to move into STEM careers. America’s place […]
Indiana Network of Knowledge is Indiana’s State-wide Longitudinal Data System The new Indiana state educational standards still contain a high percentage of Common Core standards, so homeschoolers must continue to stay informed regarding Common Core information. This linked article from the Homeschool Handbook was written by Nicholas Tampio who is Assistant Professor of Political Science at […]