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January 11, 2014

In Texas, there is no such thing as a "state-certified home school curriculum," yet CPS attorneys were berating the mother for not using one.  Photo credit: vxla via Flickr
In Texas, there is no such thing as a “state-certified home school curriculum,” yet CPS attorneys were berating the mother for not using one. Photo credit: vxla via Flickr

A controversy has erupted in Texas after a judge ordered children removed from the home of their Christian homeschooling parents – over the homeschooling itself – even though the Texas Home School Coalition notes the state doesn’t allow that.

A 2005 memo from the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services notes that,”Whether parents choose to homeschool their children or send their child to another private or public school is not relevant to the CPS investigation. When CPS staff investigates a family for abuse/neglect, the investigation must focus on the occurrence, or risk, of abuse/neglect and not on the child’s educational setting,” according to the Texas Home School Coalition.

However, of the allegations brought against Trevor and Christina Tutt, who had four biological children and three foster children removed by Child Protective Services several weeks ago, all have been about the educational setting.

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