I repeat, this is not a political blog... I have refrained from commenting on what's happening here in the Philippines even if I do have very strong opinions about it because, hey, it was a conscious decision to name the blog "Spinning LOVELY DAYS" and not "What's Wrong with the World?".
However, this is something I'm concerned about. I don't live in California, but I've been there and it's a wonderful place, really quite ideal for homeschooling families (hint, hint). Anyway, I learned about this from my local homeschooling egroup and it's really pretty worrisome. It would seem like it doesn't really have anything to do with me, but one doesn't want certain people to get ideas. Marguerite is not yet school-age, but I believe I'm passionate enough about homeschooling to go underground should something similar ever happen here. I have teaching credentials myself, but I don't think a parent needs them to effectively teach his/her children. I know laws are made to protect and uphold basic rights, but this one has very limited provisions and could hardly work in the best interest of the most involved.
Anyway, let's pray for homeschooling families in California.