Updated: Jun 7
Develops relationships with legislators and people in state agencies who may impact home education.
Cultivates trust of legislators over time, by visiting, assisting with information, answering questions and resolving concerns.
Monitors approximately 1,800 bills each Legislative Session to protect home education.
Seeks alternative solutions to issues affecting home educators as they arise in the Legislature, thus preventing further restrictive legislation.
Serves on advisory boards to create respect, opportunities and to protect home educators.