Home Education in the News

HEA in the News:
Home Schooling: Will the Real Home Education Please Stand Up?

Home Schooling: Will the Real Home Education Please Stand Up?

22 September 2022

The Educator Australia

Home schooling reaches record high in South Australia

Home schooling reaches record high in South Australia

14 February 2022

ABC NEWS

Homeschooling Registrations Rise in NSW by 28%

Homeschooling Registrations Rise in NSW by 28%

28 January 2022

NBN NEWS

Home schooling on the rise

Home schooling on the rise

27 January 2022

ABC RADIO AM

Rise in homeschooling spurred on by pandemic

Rise in homeschooling spurred on by pandemic

27 January 2022

ABC NEWS

Homeschooling Surge

Homeschooling Surge

27 January 2022

CHANNEL 10 MORNING SHOW

Queensland families ditch classrooms for homeschooling during pandemic

Queensland families ditch classrooms for homeschooling during pandemic

25 January 2022

ABC NEWS

‘Sick of the disruption’: Dramatic rise in children registered for home schooling

‘Sick of the disruption’: Dramatic rise in children registered for home schooling

23 January 2022

SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

COVID-19 management under scrutiny: focus on business support and remote learning options

COVID-19 management under scrutiny: focus on business support and remote learning options

7 December 2021

RIOTACT

‘Not too much to ask’: The students who won’t return to school this year

‘Not too much to ask’: The students who won’t return to school this year

19 September 2021

SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

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The HEA is Australia's peak-body, advocating for home education rights in all States & Territories.

 

We love to talk all things homeschooling and gladly accept request for news media interviews.

Media outlets can book a time with HEA President or another person in our Media Team by emailing media@hea.edu.au

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The HEA upholds the principle that parents are primarily responsible for the education of their children and respects the diversity of philosophies and methods used by home educators.

The mission of the HEA is to promote and support the practice of home education across Australia and to advance educational equity for members.​​

The HEA is fully volunteer run and is a not-for-profit organisation.

 

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