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  • FILE -- This March 13, 2009, file photo shows Uwe Romeike, top left, and his wife Hannelore, second from right, teaching their children at their home in Morristown, Tenn. An attorney for a German couple who lost their bid for U.S. asylum in order to home-school their seven children says deportation proceedings against the family have been deferred indefinitely, Tuesday, March 4, 2014.  (AP Photo/Wade Payne, File)

    German home-school family won't be deported

    An attorney for a German couple who lost their bid for U.S. asylum in order to home-school their seven children says deportation proceedings against the family have been deferred indefinitely.

  • In this March 13, 2009 file photo Uwe Romeike and his wife Hannelore work with their children Daniel (13 yrs.), Lydia (10 yrs.), Josua (9 yrs.), Christian (7 yrs.) and Damaris (3 yrs.) at their home Friday, March 13, 2009 in Morristown, Tenn. The couple had moved into a modest duplex home while they sought political asylum because they say they were persecuted for their religious beliefs by home-schooling their young children in Germany. School attendance is compulsory there and educating children at home is not allowed. The German couple who fled to Tennessee so they could homeschool their children have been granted political asylum by a U.S. immigration judge on Tuesday Jan. 26, 2010. (AP Photo/Wade Payne)

    German home-school family can stay in U.S. indefinitely

    A German home-schooling family that was facing deportation by U.S. authorities will be permitted to stay here indefinitely, the leader of a national home-school support group said Tuesday.

  • High-scoring enlisted given top tier

    Historically, the experience of home-school graduates with the military has been one of recurring difficulty. This is largely due to the military being unwilling to see home-schoolers as individuals, preferring instead to use traditional high school diplomas from public or private schools as the only acceptable standard for enlistment.

  • High-scoring enlisted given top tier

    Historically, the experience of home-school graduates with the military has been one of recurring difficulty. This is largely due to the military being unwilling to see home-schoolers as individuals, preferring instead to use traditional high school diplomas from public or private schools as the only acceptable standard for enlistment.

  • Supreme Court levels playing field

    It is no secret that home-schooling is growing and gaining credibility as a viable educational alternative.

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