Brazilian Couple May be Jailed if Children Fail Tests
This is the second story on this case. See the first here.
MINAS GERAIS, BRAZIL, August 22, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – After receiving four days of intense testing by government authorities in a showdown over the future of homeschooling in Brazil, David and Jonatas Nunes are optimistic, despite the fact that the tests were changed on them only one week before, allowing little time for adequate study.
Although the Nunes family was initially told that the tests the children would be given were to be on mathematics, geography, science, and history, they were told only a week in advance that they would also be tested on Portuguese, English, arts, and physical education, including questions about the history of handball, basketball, soccer, and other sports.