Legislation Day 2019 is fast coming … and we need you in Albany! April 9, 2019 We will have a pre-event for the youth and any adults that would like to participate on April 8th. Holiday Inn Express Downtown Albany. The information is on the registration page. We do want you to know that a TEAM is coming this year from Generation Joshua to help. We have a bill to get passed in the Assembly this year pertaining to “Equal Access” to college by homeschool students. We need numbers to keep the momentum! Please Register as early as possible … this helps with planning https://leah.webconnex.com/LegislativeDay2019?20811387 See you at the Capital in Albany! Michael & Carolyn Bailey
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TAP will be given to all eligible home instructed students who…
A New Bill to Protect Parental Rights to Home Educate! It establishes procedures related to home instruction to assist school authorities (superintends) and the parents.
NYS LEAH supports S4788
A UN treaty, The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities has just been submitted to the United States Senate for ratification. Although it sounds noble and carries with it apparent good intentions, it is in fact a very dangerous treaty should the US ratify it.
NY Senate Bill 1669 would allow any Child Protective Services (CPS) representative to obtain an immediate warrant to enter an individual’s home if that individual, who is the subject of a CPS investigation, refuses to a meeting or a home visit with the CPS caseworker.
Tuesday, April 20, was a red-letter day in New York homeschool history for which we can give God the glory. Both the Cressy family and the Tolan family were in court to answer charges involving the homeschooling of their children. In both cases, the respective judges dismissed all charges against the families. Both judges questioned out loud why these cases were even in their courtrooms in the first place.
Latest updates on the legal/legislative situation in New York, including the Tolan family who have been charged with education neglect and faulty paperwork.