The HomeSchool

Association of California

Legislative Watch

HSC's legislative team keeps an eye on proposed legislation and court cases that could potentially impact homeschoolers.

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Alerts and Advisories


Assembly Bill 2756 Update

Assembly Bill 2756 has been referred to the Education Committee and to the Governmental Organization Committee. If you would like to contact them, please be sure to first become fully informed by reading HSC's complete statement.

Education Committee Members

Governmental Organization Committee Members


Assembly Bill Aimed at Homeschoolers

On Friday, February 17, 2018, AB 2756 was introduced in the California Assembly by Assembly Members Medina, Eggman and Gonzalez Fletcher. We are currently in the processes of informing the homeschooling community about this bill. See below for HSC's full statement in the "Bills We've Been Watching" section.

Full Text of AB 2756

Bills We've Been Watching

On August 8, 2008, the California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District ruled that homeschooling is indeed a legal option in California. This was a reversal of a ruling in February of that year that parents must hold a teaching credential to homeschool their children, and confirmed HSC’s long-held interpretation of private school laws.

Open thank you letter to attorney Mark Parnes and the law firm (Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati) for successfully defending our right to homeschool.

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