WorldNetDaily news editor Diana Lynne will be a guest on the nationally syndicated radio program “American Breakfast” tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. Eastern time to discuss her recent story about education officials in California backing down from their contention that homeschooling is illegal in the Golden State.
In her story, Lynne explains that a re-examination of California statutes and case law, made at the request of the newly elected state superintendent of education, Jack O’Connell, prompted the reversal. Under the previous policy, state bureaucrats considered homeschooled children “truant,” and local officials often attempted to punish families who chose to educate their own kids at home. Homeschooling advocates are hailing the turnaround.
Broadcasting live from the Shawmut Diner in New Bedford, Mass., host Phil Paleologos invites “American Breakfast” listeners every weekday morning to pull up a stool and participate in lively discussions about American ideals.
Every Friday, “American Breakfast” features a WorldNetDaily reporter, editor or columnist in the 8 a.m. Eastern hour.