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Nearly two hundred homeschool leaders from over twenty countries will meet at the first Global Home Education Conference in Berlin, Germany, on November 1-4, 2012.

Although Germany has been one of the most oppressive countries against homeschooling in the West, Patrick Meinhardt, a member of Germany's Free Democratic Party in the Bundestag and the party's education spokesman, is an integral part of the conference. This conference will highlight educational freedom as a "first-order human right" and help equip policymakers to guarantee homeschool freedom.

canadafreepress.com

October 22, 2012

by Robert Stacy McCain

Sexual abuse accusations by St. HOPE Academy students against Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson were apparently covered up, possibly with "hush money," according to a 61-page report issued by congressional investigators.

Failure of school officials to report sexual abuse of minors violates California state law, investigative staff of Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) noted in their report on the June firing of AmeriCorps Inspector General Gerald Walpin.

The American Spectator

November 23, 2009

The young mother whose newborn baby was snatched from her by social workers has spoken of her ordeal for the first time and insisted she is a good mother

Social services removed the child on January 30 this year but were forced to return him when a High Court Judge later ruled that he had been taken unlawfully because no court order had been sought for his removal.

The Daily Mail (UK)

March 27, 2008

by Frances Gibb

The Afro-Caribbean father cut a lonely figure in his open-necked shirt as he faced the judge in the echoing court. He had not seen his children for two years. There were no lawyers and the mother could not attend.

The setting was one of the grandest of the Victorian Gothic courtrooms at the Royal Courts of Justice - scene of many a highly publicised battle. But today the oak benches and public gallery were empty. It was a family court - where justice is dispensed behind closed doors.

Times Online (UK)

September 18, 2008

by Lynn Adams

Parents who entrust their children to the care of Christian Kids Daycare are still coming to grips with what day care center owner Connie Kacir admits was "a major concern" last week when four 6-year-old children were served bleach water.

Kacir, however, maintains that the children, all of whom recovered from the unexpected concoction and whose parents continue to bring their children to the center each day, were not poisoned, saying they drank nothing more dangerous than "swimming pool water."

gonzalesinquirer.com

February 21, 2012

Like the growing numbers passing through social services each month, Crowe is up against a wall that is a distinct structure of the poor. By losing her home, she's lost the privilege of choice.

Jolly said DSS does not place people but rather determines what rent amount they are entitled to. The agency will find them a home, he said. But people are free to search for an apartment on their own, as long as it does not cost more than the rent voucher. Crowe found an apartment in Middletown that was $114 per month more than the $735 that DSS allotted her.

Times Herald-Record (NY)

May 2, 2005

by Lucia Rafanelli

"Back to school" may soon mean something more like "back to political education camp" if liberal regulators have their way.

If your child is looking to get a high school diploma in Maryland, reading, writing, and arithmetic may no longer be enough. Students may soon have to be able to "[e]xplain that differences in the behavior of individuals arise from the interaction of culture and experience" in order to graduate. Maryland's Board of Education recently adopted a requirement mandating that high schools "embed broad environmental literacy standards into the pre-existing curriculum," in Reinhard's words. In fact, not only did the board adopt it, but the vote was unanimous.

The American Spectator

August 3, 2011

by Cahal Milmo

After being 'kidnapped' as a child, Gavin Paros found his family after leaving this note on a website.

Some 25 years earlier, Gavin had said goodbye to his mother, Avril Grube, for what both believed would be a weekend trip to Blackpool with his father, Joseph Paros. The mother and son did not see each other again. Instead of returning the boy to Liverpool, Joseph "kidnapped" his son to his native Hungary and severed all links with his estranged wife.

The Independent (UK)

May 30, 2009

Many people buy organic foods from the grocery thinking that it's the healthy thing to do. Other people don't buy organic foods at all, thinking they're too expensive and just a scam by the food industry.

Many people buy organic foods from the grocery thinking that it's the healthy thing to do. Other people don't buy organic foods at all, thinking they're too expensive and just a scam by the food industry. Watch the interview...

7liveonline.com

February 24, 2012

by Paul Bracchi and Dennis Rice

The recording begins with the sound of a child's voice. It belongs to a little girl and she is clearly bewildered and distressed. At one point she begins to cry. At other times she is sobbing uncontrollably.

'Have you seen the judge yet?' she can be heard asking pitifully in between the tears before pleading: 'I want to go home with [you] Mummy and Daddy.' The recording was made during a supervised meeting between the youngster and her parents after their daughter was taken away from them by social workers. They are known as 'contact visits' in the soulless vernacular of the care system, and took place in a room with a table and chairs and a few toys.

Mail Online

July 10, 2009

      

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