Tag Archives: International

Living and Learning in Peru

Well, the big adventure is underway, and we’re reporting live from northern Peru, where our family will be living for the foreseeable future. So far we’ve survived an earthquake in neighboring Ecuador, mal agua, unseasonable heat, unprecedented precipitation (flooding both inside and outside the house), and severe sunburn, and we’re still here to talk about […]

Dear ThinkProgress: Try to think a little broader — if you can?

The saddest thing about ThinkProgress’s recent article is that it undermines homeschooling freedom and may prevent families and organizations from getting the help they need. Mr. Michel’s harshly critical story casts HSLDA as part of the “vast right wing conspiracy,” and a pawn in Russia’s alleged attempts to infiltrate the United States just because I helped […]

“I Am Just One Man” | The Wunderlich’s Fight for the Freedom to Homeschool

Parents Lose Custody of Children for Sake of “Integration” Arguing that homeschooling is an abuse of parental authority and that it damages children, a German district court in Darmstadt transferred the custody rights of Dirk and Petra Wunderlich’s four children to the Juhendamt, Germany’s child protective agency. “Our nerves are black and short, and we […]

Persecuted Homeschoolers Catch A Glimpse of Hope in Global Gathering | GHEC Conference

The story of Juergen and Rosemary Dudek is one of continuous oppression—the powerful resources of a state against one family. Suffering loss after loss at the hands of trial courts because of their diligence in homeschooling eight children over eight years in the Federal Public of Germany (where homeschooling is essentially illegal), the Dudeks now […]