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Luis Huerta Discusses Regulation of Home Schooling in California

TC faculty member Luis Huerta recently appeared on "Which Way, LA?", a radio program on KCRW-NPR in Los Angeles, to comment on a state appellate court ruling that, for the first time, could subject the practice of home schooling in California to state regulation.
TC faculty member Luis Huerta recently appeared on "Which Way, LA?", a radio program on KCRW-NPR in Los Angeles, to comment on a state appellate court ruling that, for the first time, could subject the practice of home schooling in California to state regulation. Huerta argues that if California chooses this path, it will open up a Pandora's box of issues related to family rights, privacy, and accountability and oversight of all schooling models, public and private.To hearthe archived show, visit:

http://www.kcrw.com/news/programs/ww/ww080306murals_and_home_scho


In addition, Dr. Huerta's work was mentioned in these other news stories:

Home-schoolers reel from California court blow
By Ben Arnoldy | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor
http://www.csmonitor.com/2008/0310/p01s03-ussc.html

California Home-Schoolers To Need Credentials
By Robert Tomsho | Staff writer with the Wall Street Journal
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB120510590354923095.html

California Home Schoolers Get the Heave-Ho
On NPR's The Bryant Park Project w/Allison Stewart
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=88091569

Home Rule
On WNYC's the Brian Leher show, March 13, 2008

Published Friday, Mar. 7, 2008

Luis Huerta Discusses Regulation of Home Schooling in California

TC faculty member Luis Huerta recently appeared on "Which Way, LA?", a radio program on KCRW-NPR in Los Angeles, to comment on a state appellate court ruling that, for the first time, could subject the practice of home schooling in California to state regulation. Huerta argues that if California chooses this path, it will open up a Pandora's box of issues related to family rights, privacy, and accountability and oversight of all schooling models, public and private.To hearthe archived show, visit:

http://www.kcrw.com/news/programs/ww/ww080306murals_and_home_scho


In addition, Dr. Huerta's work was mentioned in these other news stories:

Home-schoolers reel from California court blow
By Ben Arnoldy | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor
http://www.csmonitor.com/2008/0310/p01s03-ussc.html

California Home-Schoolers To Need Credentials
By Robert Tomsho | Staff writer with the Wall Street Journal
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB120510590354923095.html

California Home Schoolers Get the Heave-Ho
On NPR's The Bryant Park Project w/Allison Stewart
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=88091569

Home Rule
On WNYC's the Brian Leher show, March 13, 2008

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