This time, it's about that California homeschooling case. From Michele Malkin:
A state appeals court will reconsider last month’s controversial decision that said parents who home-school their children must have a teaching credential.
The 2nd District Court of Appeal in Los Angeles granted a rehearing Tuesday, essentially voiding the 3-0 decision until it rules again. The decision will now allow home-schooling organizations that had blasted the decision to weigh in.
Read the whole article here in the Mercury News.
And you've gotta love this bon mot from one of the links at Michele's post:
When I told one of my sons [who had been homeschooled] about the California ruling, he said, “That’s just stupid! What are they going to do next? Say you can’t cook for your family unless you’re a licensed chef?