Homeschooler’s neighbor sparks social services case

By Alyssa Farah
WorldNetDaily

A Colorado homeschooling mother has won a social-services case sparked by a  neighbor’s complaint about the family that escalated when a social worker did a “drive-by” and concluded they were planning to flee.

A neighbor of the single mother, whose identity has been withheld to protect  her family’s privacy, tipped off social services that the mother had been  homeschooling several children, according to the  Home School Legal Defense Association.

When an investigator arrived at her door in the fall of 2011, the mother  immediately contacted the HSLDA, the nation’s premiere legal defense fund  dedicated to parents’ right to home educate.

The mother was instructed by HSLDA attorney Mike Donnelly to ask the social  worker to leave, and the social worker complied. But this was only the beginning  of the mother’s ordeal. Click here to continue reading.

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