The Home Education Advisory Council (HEAC) is supposed to be a bridge between the homeschool community and representatives from the public school system and the NH Department of Education. Are they fulfilling their purpose? The NH Home Education Advisory Continue reading What is HEAC’s Purpose?
To date one draft bill regarding home education is filed for 2018. It is Legislative Service Request (LSR) #2329 with Rep. Robert Theberge as the primary sponsor and Representatives Yvonne Thomas, Larry Laflamme, and Edith Tucker as co-sponsors. Note that Continue reading Upcoming Homeschool Legislation
The Home Education Advisory Council (HEAC) met on September 14, 2017 after a summer hiatus although the meeting was not disclosed in advance on the NH Department of Education’s website. Because only five of 11 voting members were present, one Continue reading Is HEAC Ignoring Rules?
This is week eight of the legislative session and “cross over,” when the House and Senate trade surviving bills, is underway. We now have some House Bills with public hearings in the Senate, so continue to follow the bills as Continue reading Education Bills Scheduled for Week of March 6, 2017
This is week five of the legislative session with numerous important bills scheduled for public hearings, executive sessions, and full House votes. We encourage parents and caring citizens to be involved in the legislative process. Public hearings are the best Continue reading Education Bills Scheduled for Week of February 6, 2017
The Senate Education Committee will hold its first public hearings of the new session and the House Education Committee continues with more hearings and exec sessions on several important bills. This is the best chance to communicate with committee members Continue reading Education Bills Scheduled for Week of January 23, 2017
More than 25 years ago the Home Education Advisory Council (HEAC) was established in New Hampshire statute to help the state Department of Education and various other associations better understand homeschooling and solve problems before they escalated. But is HEAC Continue reading Threat to Homeschoolers