Thursday, October 18, 2007

SB 777 Does NOT Affect Most Private Schools In California

A lot of people have been asking: Does SB 777 have an affect on Private Schools, homeschools, and homeschooling families? The general answer (with exceptions) is: No.

SB 777 Does Not affect most private schools in California and does not affect most private home schools.  For technical details read SB 777 – Private Schools & Private Home Schools.  Most privately homeschooling families in California don't have a thing to worry about with the signing of SB 777 (2007).  Read the analysis that was written "in consultation with attorneys at the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA)." You'll find details about what SB 777 does and who should be concerned with the bill.  Download the PDF version of this paper.

SB 777 has been a topic of great discussion over the past several days in relation to "nondiscrimination" issues for homosexuals. THIS IS A BAD BILL! Make no mistake about it. It will adversely affect all public schools in California and all schools that have certain government funding. Read "Ban on 'Mom' and 'Dad' sparks call for exodus" for more details.

Those who privately homeschool in California are almost all sure to be safe from this legislation.  For information on how to homeschool legally in California visit www.pheofca.org

2 comments:

wayoutinCA said...

For anyone wishing to get SB777 information into the hands of public school parents and wish them a Merry Christmas at the same time, see our pdf card at cftie.org.

At-The-Water-Cooler said...

This thing has got to get voted on by the people. Not everybody has the ability to send their children to private school.

At The Water Cooler