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N.H. case: Can a divorced parent veto home schooling?


When divorced parents disagree on whether a child should be home-schooled, how should courts weigh the issues? It’s a difficult job, especially when part of the dispute is over the religious views that one parent is imparting to the child, reports the Christian Science Monitor. The New Hampshire Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday in a case that pits a mother’s desire to continue home-schooling her daughter against a father’s concerns that the religion-based home-school environment is not giving her broad enough exposure to other ideas and life skills…

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