Calif. school chief backs parents' right to home school

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    I don't think so. There's enough people besides our folks who home school. I forsee a successful ballot proposition in the making.
     
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    "On Friday, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger called the ruling outrageous, saying if the courts didn't overturn the ruling, elected officials would legislatively change the laws."



    http://www.hsc.org/
    SCHOOLS CHIEF JACK O'CONNELL ISSUES STATEMENT
    REGARDING HOME SCHOOLING IN CALIFORNIA
    3/11/08 

     
    SACRAMENTO - State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack
    O'Connell announced today that the California Department of Education
    has completed a legal review of the February 28 California Court of
    Appeal ruling regarding home schooling. O'Connell issued the following
    statement:

    "I have reviewed this case, and I want to assure parents
    that chose to home school that California Department of Education policy
    will not change in any way as a result of this ruling
    . Parents still
    have the right to home school in our state.
    Read more...

    Sounds promising :godisgood:
     
    #5 Joe, Mar 13, 2008
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