Home school parents sue state over religious freedom
Darrell and Kathy Combs’ children in Center Township, Indiana County, have spent the last few months learning about the election process.
There are glossary terms to memorize, electoral-college votes to count and spelling words to learn. Mixed in with those lessons are others their parents feel are important, such as which candidates are pro-life and where they stand on homosexuality.
The Combs children — Daniel, 12; Sheriya, 10; and T.J., 8 — get their schooling at home from their parents, who believe they are ultimately answerable to God for their children’s education, not to the state or their local school district. Read more…