Saturday, January 16, 2010

Homeschoolers Aren't The Problem

Earlier this week, I had an editorial column published in the Ft. Wayne (Indiana) Journal-Gazette.

It was in response to an editorial they published calling for increased regulation of homeschooling families in Indiana.

For some context, here's their story about the original situation that started the whole thing. However, if the story just sounds kind of strange and brings up a lot of questions for you, then for even more context, you might want to read this blog post going deeper into the possibilities of this particular situation, one in which the facts of what really happened are hard to come by.


  1. Good heavens, Debbie, here I am living practically in the Fort, and I foolishly missed out on that column of yours. Goes to show I should look at the fishwrapper every day, no matter how bad it usually is (and I assure you, it's pretty bad). Clearly, they're hiding the occasional pearl there in the pigpen.

  2. Oh, Jim, it was probably a one-time deal, I just couldn't let that editorial go without commenting. :)