IAHE receives questions related to a variety of home education questions. We are currently seeing a surge in the number of inquiries from families whose children are in public school. IAHE recently received a question relating to expulsion from a government (public) school. The answer below from HSLDA attorney, Tj Schmidt, is for general information […]
This list was formed from a discussion on the IAHE Facebook Discussion group. Thank you, Kacie A. and Michelle F., for compiling the list. We appreciate your efforts. 1.) Organization: Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site Family Basic Membership: $50 General Admission: $10 adult; $9 ages 65+, $5 ages 5-17 Current Discounts Available: $5 off new […]
Does it matter that the term “homeschooling” is used by those who are not homeschooling in the traditional manner? Occasionally the IAHE sees conversations in social media that mention other forms of education where the term “homeschooling” is used. It is not anyone’s goal to demean a different option; but, often concerned individuals become very […]
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission had involved itself in a Catholic homeschool group that was located in Fishers, Indiana, called Fishers Adolescent Catholic Enrichment Society (FACES). The case involved a squabble over a chicken dinner. You may read about the case on the Thomas More Society website. Here is the link to oral arguments. Listen […]
IAHE frequently receives inquiries from homeschool families who have enrolled in the public school for a class and have questions about the attached strings. We asked our HSLDA attorney, Tj Schmidt, for clarification regarding these questions. He has given us permission to share. Indiana law would require a student enrolled in a specific course to […]
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.