Religious freedom act used to fight home-schooling regulations

PITTSBURGH – On any given school day, the five children at the Newborn home in suburban Pittsburgh might be studying statistics at a local college, learning Spanish from a tutor or watching a procedure performed at a veterinarian’s office.

It’s all a part of a curriculum set by their parents, who home-school the children because they consider it a calling from God. And it all must be carefully documented in a report each year to their local school superintendent. Read more…

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