Persecution in America

Virginia county wants to end a law allowing homeschooling for religious reasons

December 12, 2018

On November 13, Loudoun County Public Schools announced that they intend to ask the Virginia Legislature to alter the religious exemption, under which parents would no longer be permitted to opt out of the public school system on the basis of their religious convictions.

The county board's proposal seeks legislation that would require families to educate their children only through "an alternative public, private, parochial and/or approved home instruction setting."

Millhouse explained that, for him, homeschooling his children is a calling from God. As Christians, he and his wife believe that "the Lord holds us accountable for what and how we teach our children."

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