When it comes to international law, the saying is, if it’s happening in England it could soon happen here… This is also a sovereignty issue.
According to a June 11, 2009 article on World Net Daily, a British plan to allow local authorities “the right of access to the home” and “the right to speak with each child alone” in order to evaluate homeschooling families and make certain they do what the government wants is a warning about what could happen in the United States, according to the world’s largest homeschool advocacy organization.
“The report makes the case that homeschooling should be extensively regulated in England,” the HSLDA continued. “Aside from registering with the state and mandating reports by homeschoolers, the Badman report makes references to balancing the rights of parents with the rights of children. This idea is expressed in the UNCRC.”
This is why even if you do not have children that you home school, it is important to support homeschoolers’ rights. The current administration is very fond of international treaties and law. We must remain vigilant in NH regarding homeschoolers’ rights and make sure our state does not fall into this trap.
Also, see the section under Constitution and Sovereignty>>Parental Rights.
Much control is being handed to international interests by virtue of UN treaties.