★ Getting Started in Homeschooling, with Israel Wayne

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★ Faith Berens of HSLDA on Homeschooling with Special Needs Students

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★ Zan Tyler – The Fight for Homeschool Freedom (Full Interview)

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★ Mike Smith, President of HSLDA – Full Interview

In this important interview Mike Smith, President of HSLDA talks about the work that the Homeschool Legal Defense Association has been doing, for over 30 years, to protect the right of parents to homeschool their children. They have also worked to forward parental rights legislation.

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Mike Smith of HSLDA on What Has Changed in 30 Years of Homeschooling

We spent the day at the HSLDA headquarters in Purcellville, Virginia and got to interview Mike Smith and Caleb Mast from the Homeschool Legal Defense Association. We also got to shoot some great b-roll of the lawyers at work, and around the Patrick Henry College campus. It was a great day, and it was excellent to hear from a true homeschooling trailblazer who has been working to protect the rights of families to homeschool their children for over 30 years. In this short clip Mike talks about the biggest change in homeschooling since his family started over 30 years ago.

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Michael Donnelly of HSLDA Talks Homeschooling at Teach Them Diligently, Nashville

While at Teach Them Diligently in Nashville we had the opportunity to catch up with Michael Donnelly, Director of Global Outreach at HSLDA (Homeschool Legal Defense Association). We are so thankful for the work HSLDA does to protect homeschooling families and for their support of Schoolhouse Rocked.

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