What would you do if you were told to stop praying or stop receiving payment? This was the option a recent ‘homeschool coop’ in Michigan was given by the public school partnership that paid them for their services provided to their constituency enrolled through their program. Here is a portion of the letter sent to…

Is Homeschooling Elitist? by Israel Wayne Over the many years that I’ve been involved in the home education movement, I have heard the accusation, on occasion, that homeschooling is elitist or separationist. Is that true? Do people home educate their children because they believe their children are better than others? For me personally, I have…

INCH Michigan Homeschool

The How and Why of Homeschooling There is ongoing discussion about needing to define who exactly is a homeschooler, and it causes me some concern because of its focus. It seems to me the discussion centers around ‘HOW’ someone homeschools, versus ‘WHY’ someone homeschools. INCH is certainly not the definitive voice on either how someone…

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Homeschool Reorganization Plan I recently spent some intense time in prayer regarding our home school. This is what I feel the Lord gave me and it has been invaluable in helping us make the first major changes mid year in about 10 years. Be purposeful Am I ordering my day and planning to educate or…

In Michigan, the most pivotal court case in opening up homeschooling to parents was De Jonge vs. Michigan. Mark and Christine De Jonge were called into court and accused of violating the state’s compulsory attendance laws. You can read more about their case here: https://www.hslda.org/Legal/state/mi/198500000/default.asp INCH: In what year did your family begin home educating,…

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