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Public School Push-out Problem

This blog post has been adapted from my testimony before the House Education Committee on February 16, 2017, as requested by the Committee Chair. On any given day, Indiana Association of Home Educators (IAHE) office staff and sixteen Regional Representatives across... read more

Share Your Story: Public School Push Outs

Were your children once enrolled in the public school system or a voucher-accepting school? When you read about the School to Prison Pipeline, did you realize your child’s school pushed your child into homeschooling?   The School to Prison Pipeline testimony... read more

Does Indiana Have a Problem or Just an Agenda?

IAHE actively monitored and commented on several hearings involving the Indiana Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights for the past ten months in what is known as the School to Prison Pipeline. You may be asking the same question we did when we... read more

An Oxymoron: Publicly-funded Homeschooling

During our time on the conference calls with the Indiana Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights about the School to Prison Pipeline public school dropout issue, the term “publicly-funded homeschooling” was uttered a number of times. The statement... read more

Support the IAHE #GivingTuesday

We need families willing to pray for the IAHE as we simultaneously fight to defend homeschooling in the public arena and work to empower homeschool families in our own community. We also need Indiana families to partner with us financially on a monthly.

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