An Ohio public school superintendent is insisting that he will continue to question homeschool parents after being advised by a legal group to restrict his inquiries to within what the law allows. After being requested by Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) attorneys to limit his oversight of homeschooling students to what the law permits, Licking Valley Local School District Superintendent David Hile reportedly did not appreciate that his authority was being checked.

“It is my responsibility under the law to ensure that children in my district are receiving an adequate education [and] I take that responsibility very seriously, whether those children are in our schools or homeschooled,” Hile argued in a heated written response to HSLDA. “I will continue to question parents as I see fit.” READ MORE