Home schoolers were right to worry

Jenkinson, Michael
November 1993
Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;11/1/93, Vol. 20 Issue 46, p38
States Alberta Home Education Association President Ray Strom is asking home-schooling parents to write Education Minister Halvar Jonson and Premier Ralph Klein to ensure that their right to register with `non-resident' school boards is preserved. September meeting of AHEA and Alberta education; Re-assertion of local control over home-schoolers by Public School Boards Association of Alberta and Alberta School Boards Association; Effects of Bill 8, School Amendment Act.


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