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Working from home

New findings show that some local authorities are putting more obstacles in the way of parents who want to educate their children at home. The Scottish Consumer Council claims in a report that some councils adopt “a heavy-handed approach which can be intimidating to parents and, in some cases, their children�.

Douglas Sinclair, the chairman of the SCC and a former local authority chief executive, said the right to home educate was “a fundamental entitlement of every parent� which required a “positive partnership� between families and their council.

Full story at Times Educational Supplement Scotland.

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