Kansas Senate Committee Passes Tax Incentive

It’s that time of the year.  Lots of drama in Topeka.  The House Appropriations Chair resigned because he felt his party leadership wasn’t offering enough government funding for charter/virtual public schools.  They’re compromising along the way.  Another interesting aspect is … Continue reading

An Evening with the Illinois Homeschool PAC

Members of the Illinois Homeschool PAC Advisory Board will be in Canton to meet with local homeschoolers and to make a special award presentation. All local home educators are invited to attend!

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Watching Some Bills – Ed Reform in Illinois

Several of us involved with the Illinois Homeschool PAC have been noting some legislation making its way through the Capitol.  As the custom goes in Illinois, the backroom deals are where you want the glass against the wall listening in. … Continue reading

State Illinois Senator Wants to Register Private Schools

Chicago's 18th District Senator Edward Maloney has introduced SB 136, a bill to register all private and non-public students annually.  This proposal changes the Illinois compulsory attendance exemption to this below.  The changes are noted with **: Sec. 26-1. Compulsory … Continue reading