Beyond Trophies: Navigating the World of Competition With a Biblical Compass

The whole world is about competition.  From backyard races to the Olympics, 4-H projects to corporate promotions, sports to scholarships, and from music contests to family room Monopoly games, competition is everywhere.  Competition drives a free economy.  And even the IAHE sponsors photography, art, and essay contests at convention time.  The standards our children use […]

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 […]

IAHE Has a Complete Board of Directors

IAHE is pleased to announce that we now have a complete Board of Directors!  Dan and Shawn King have been serving as Region 9 Representatives and have agreed to join the Board. Dan and Shawn live in Clinton, Indiana, with their four children, Danny (15), Abbie (13), Noah (12), and Emily (10) and have been […]

Comparison Between “New” Indiana Standards & Common Core

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As many of you have observed, there is little difference between the Common Core and the “new” Indiana Standards.  We’ve been anticipating Hoosiers Against Common Core’s comparison of the two sets.   It is disappointing to see that Common Core has been repackaged as “new” Indiana standards. “Hoosiers Against Common Core has released the side […]

The Troubling “Process” of Developing “New” Indiana Standards

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Home educators are concerned about the Common Core because it’s an attempt to nationalize education.  We are troubled by what we’ve observed in the process of developing “new” Indiana standards that look very similar to the “old” Common Core standards.   Dr. Terrence Moore, professor at Hillsdale College, is a Hoosier and has testified at the […]

Voucher Viruses: Infection under the Guise of School “Choice”

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IAHE and HSLDA oppose vouchers for home schools due to the attached strings.  We believe it’s very important that homeschoolers understand the reasons why this “school choice” option is not helpful to our movement.  Dawn Kazmierzak’s blog post likens vouchers to a virus.   “The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal […]