Virginia School Board Pushes Against Religious Exemption to Public Schooling

By HSLDA on 14 June 2019

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Scott Woodruff of the HSLDA reports the Loudoun County School Board in Virginia continues to push lawmakers to change or abolish Virginia's religious exemption to compulsory school attendance.  The religious exemption is currently one of three mechanisms in place to allow parents to homeschool their children.

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