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Common Core panel presentation in St. Louis

Come to the Chesterfield City Hall next Thursday, April 25 to hear i‪national experts on the takeover of our schools.‬ Missouri Coalition Against Common Core COMMON CORE The Fundamental Transformation Of Public and Private Education (You probably haven’t heard of it, but you are paying for it!!) Panel Presentation Chesterfield City Hall Thursday, April 25, 7pm – 9pm…

More info on Common Core

For more info on Common Core, check out Cathy Duffy’s 2001 article: The Education Standards Movement Spells Trouble for Private and Home Schools. This has been in the works for some time.

Senate rejects ratification of UN disabilities treaty

excerpted from the HSLDA E-lert Service: The CRPD,UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which would take away American sovereignty and threaten parental rights, needed two-thirds of the Senate in order to pass. Although it gained a majority of votes, it failed on a vote of 61-38. This is a great victory for parental rights,…

UN Disabilities Treaty affects homeschoolers

This treaty moves more family law from the state level to the federal level. From the HSLDA E-lert Service: Senate Votes at Noon on UN DisabilitiesTreaty–Please Call One More Time Dear HSLDA Members and Friends, Our Federal Relations staff are on the Hill, and they report that supporters of the UN Convention on the Rights of…

Help not needed, at least not this kind

Saint Louis Catholic posted today about an offer, from the City of St. Louis,  to “help” homeschooling parents. Read his post  “Homeschool Help” from the City of St. Louis? Um, No Thanks, and remember, according to  Missouri statute 167.042 RSMo, registering with the recorder of deeds or the school district is purely optional!