The newest inductee to THSC’s Texas Judicial Wall of Shame is the retiring judge of Kaufman County’s 422nd District Court, Judge Michael Chitty. As one of the primary judges involved in the infamous Drake Pardo [...]
It took a six-month, behind-the-scenes herculean effort to save Drake Pardo from the CPS system.
The one-sided, patently unconstitutional gag order on the Pardo family is salt in the wound that the family has suffered from Child Protective Services (CPS) and the family court system.
Egregious guardian ad litem in Tutt case, Delia Gonzalez, is now an associate judge in Dallas and could continue to cause harm.
Homeschooling in Texas may be entirely legal, but apparently that doesn’t stop government bureaucrats from punishing innocent families for it. This is precisely what happened to THSC member and homeschool mom, Kristen.
Home schooled students are exempt from compulsory attendance according to Section 25.086(a)(1) of the Texas Education Code because home schools have been determined by Texas courts to be private schools for the purpose of compulsory attendance. [...]
If you are in a divorce/custody situation, there are actions you can take to promote and protect your ability to home school. To Avoid Court Proceedings Work out educational decisions for your child with your [...]
by Jeremy Newman Here are a few of the main points from the article with some context based on the July 2 hearing. I sent a heated messaged to the author of this article when [...]
PRESS RELEASE: Bipartisan Group of 22 Lawmakers Signs Brief to TX Supreme Court Supporting Pardo FamilyStephen Howsley2019-09-12T21:39:21-05:00
Contact Stephen Howsley for questions: firstname.lastname@example.org (469) 759-0375 AUSTIN, TEXAS: On Friday, August 30, 2019, the Texas Home School Coalition, along with a bipartisan group of 22 legislators and five statewide [...]