It’s Not About Homeschooling

Many times I have read around the blogosphere that homeschoolers don’t need to be concerned about what happened with the FLDS case in Texas because they weren’t going after homeschooling.

That would be great if it were true, but it is not.

“In one service plan, the state lists concerns about education and home schooling as a reason the children were taken.”

CPS admits in their service plan that homeschooling was one of the reasons children were taken. We should all be concerned about that, not to mention that attorneys pointed out homeschooling is not a basis for removing children. As we know by now, CPS does not concern themselves with the law. They also want to test the educational background of parents as well as the children.

Are we still to believe this is not about homeschooling?

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  1. Trackback: Walking Therein » Blog Archive » Carnival Of Homeschooling #126: End of the School Year? Or Is It?

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