IAHE received this note from attorney, Will Estrada, of HSLDA. Reposted with permission. Friends, As you know, HSLDA is neutral on H.R. 5. You can see our article here. HSLDA’s stated position is that the U.S. Department of Education should be closed, and all education decisions returned to the states, which obviously H.R. 5 does […]
Indiana Makes News in the Washington Post After noticing that the Washington Post had picked up this story, IAHE felt compelled to speak about the benefits of home education. Join us at our IAHE 30th Annual Home Educators’ Convention on March 27-28, 2015, in Indianapolis to learn more about homeschooling as an educational option.
2015 Indiana Home Education Week is a time to celebrate! Governor Pence has declared February 22-28, 2015, as Indiana Home Education Week. This is a week to celebrate and thank God for our freedom to teach our children in the manner that best suits their individual learning needs. We are thankful for those who have […]
Dear Home School Jamboree Participant, We are extremely excited to host our Annual Spring Home School Jamboree again at the Earth Discovery Center! Below is some important information to help make the day go smoother for everyone. We will again be offering online registration – be sure to set up your online account by Friday, […]
Home Education and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act A hearing will be held in the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday, February 9, regarding SB 568. SB 568 is authored by Senator Scott Schneider (R – Indianapolis). It is the Religious Freedom Restoration Act bill. The importance of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act is that it […]
IAHE has been watching for this ruling since it was heard in the Indiana Supreme Court last winter. This case involved a homeschool group in Fishers, Indiana. If the homeschool support group would have lost this case, it could have potentially impacted groups across the state of Indiana. Today, the Thomas More Society won an […]
Do you remember the recent kerfuffle in Indiana related to the federal Pre-K grant? Governor Pence was the recipient of a lot of negative press regarding his decision to not apply for the grant. IAHE believes he did the right thing for the citizens of Indiana. Federal dollars always come with strings, and this grant […]