"B-75. Home Schooling. The National Education Association believes that home schooling programs based on parental choice cannot provide the student with a comprehensive education experience. When home schooling occurs, students enrolled must meet all state curricular requirements, including the taking of assessments to ensure adequate academic progress. Home schooling should be limited to the children of the immediate family, with all expenses being born by the parents/guardians. Instruction should be by persons who are licensed by the appropriate state education licensure agency, and a curriculum approved by the state department of education should be used.
"The Association also believes that home-schooled students should not participate in any extracurricular activities in the public schools...."
Apparently homeschoolers' tax dollars aren't as good as public schoolers'. They don't seem to like us very much.
Perhaps if they actually educated all the children they insist should be in the hands of a professional teacher they wouldn't be so irritated that homeschooled children get excellent educations. Real professionals should be able to handle a bit of competition.