Homeschool Discrimination and the Indiana Network of Knowledge

IAHE

Serving on the Board of IAHE, we receive a plethora of inquiries and concerns related to home education which allows us to have our finger on the pulse of home education in the great state of Indiana.  Unfortunately, in the past couple of years, our office has fielded calls from frustrated parents related to discriminatory […]

HSLDA Weighs in on New Part-Time Enrollment Policy Proposal at FWCS

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IAHE was notified about a new part-time enrollment policy proposal being considered by the school board of the Fort Wayne Community Schools.  We asked HSLDA attorney who oversees Indiana law, Tj Schmidt, to evaluate the proposal from a legal perspective. As many of you may know, on April 29, 2013 the Indiana High School Athletic […]

Indiana Academic Standards Release

I Stand with the IAHE

IAHE received this from the Governor’s office: Friends, The Indiana Department of Education (DOE) and Center for Education and Career Innovation (CECI) today released the final draft of proposed academic standards for Math and English/Language Arts that will guide Hoosier teachers as they create lesson plans. The draft is available here. Please note that you may […]

IAHE Has New Region 9 Representatives!

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Toby and Cindy Miller have been married for 20 years and live with their 10-year-old daughter Sami, and their beloved bloodhound, Daisy Duke, in Brazil, IN.  They knew they wanted to homeschool early on and are in their 6th year now going strong.  They have been active in their local homeschool support group for several […]

Homeschooling and Political Tolerance

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This is Big News: The Homeschooled More Politically Tolerant? New research on political intolerance will likely surprise many people, especially negative critics of parent-led home-based education. . . . . We at IAHE believe in the work of NHERI.org and Dr. Brian Ray. Read the full article on tolerance by Dr. Ray here  and sign up […]