And we’ll fight it.
This appears to be the after effects of Mr. Garnati and his apparent mission to set homeschoolers straight in
But the quotes below seem to be the beginnings of their second step program: following their non-statutory version of homeschooling. Seems like the authorities aren’t following the law. What is it going to be, Mr. Garnati? Trying families as public school truants or your banner of Truant Homeschoolers? Make up your mind quick. In the meantime, we’ll be happy to set you and the ROE straight.
MARION – If history repeats itself, about six parents in
will be criminally charged for allowing their children to remain truant from school. Williamson County
They won’t be able to say
‘s Attorney Charles Garnati didn’t say, "I told you so." Williamson County State
And here’s the little ditty about homeschooling later in the article which seems to tie in to the visits to homeschooling families’ homes looking for that elusive “established curriculum”:
Garnati said home-schooling parents aren’t exempt from truancy policies governing
students. Williamson County
"The law does give ROE authority to go in and check out the curriculum to make sure it’s been done in a correct way," Garnati said.
Wrong again, Mr. Garnati. And you’re not making any friends in the homeschooling world, in case you were wondering. There is NO authority to " to do home checks and monitor home-schooled children" as described in the Marion Daily Republican.