Home School Legal Defence Association Of Canada

Homeschooled Heroes: Determined Not to Fail

“He will never make it academically, get used to it,” the principal and teachers declared to Josh and Susan (not their real names). After two years in a special needs preschool program and one year of public school, education...

Homeschooling Special Needs: School for Us is Repetition

Ken and Linda Bienert are parents of four biological daughters, all grown and away from home, and three adopted children. Andrew who is 13, Bailey 9, and Zachary 8, are victims of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), which is...

Homeschooled Hero: Andrew Kidd

Friendly Persistence By Leanna Getty Originally printed in HSLDA Canada’s Court Report & Communiqué Fall 2011 Andrew Kidd is the sixth of seven children born to Michael and Marilee Kidd. He and his family reside in Ravenna, Ontario. Michael...

HSLDA’s Meeting with the Minister of Education in Quebec

Last Tuesday, September 13, 2016, Manon Fortin, legal assistant for HSLDA, went to the Montreal offices of the Minister of Education to meet the Minister, Sébastien Proulx. Although this was not HSLDA’s first meeting with the government, this was...

#momchat Homeschool Insecurities

Our last video update was a conversation between two HSLDA dads. This week, we have two HSLDA moms chatting about some of the issues that shake their confidence to teach at home. Whether it is a comment from a...

Homeschooling through Elementary School Works! A Successful Homeschool Graduate shares her experience.

By Rachael Horrocks Seven-year-old me had no interest in being homeschooled. I loved first grade in public school, where I had friends who shared their snacks and a teacher who let me finish math class early and write stories....

Homeschooling Dads: A #DadChat conversation

Homeschooling dads have a unique role in the education of their kids. Whether you are a work-from-home dad or a dad who goes to the office, you know that your time with your children can be limited. But homeschool...

Considering the Legalities of Homeschooling

By Jean jr. Landry So you have this revolutionary idea of educating your kids at home? Very good! But by doing so, aren’t you preparing to become an outlaw for our society? Will you have to flee to the...

Putting together a portfolio the hard way: Confessions of an organizationally-challenged Homeschool Mom

By Louise Frazer. Keeping track of a child’s work is important proof that homeschooling parents are doing their job. Since we receive numerous queries about portfolios, we thought running a series on portfolios for the upcoming school year would...

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