The Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association (NCHEA) is an organization that was born in the fire! Pioneers of the homeschooling movement, Nebraska home educators know what it is like to fight for what they believe in. Many individuals were harassed, and even spent time in jail simply for supporting the right to educate children at home! (See picture below)
The current leadership of the NCHEA conference – pictured below with Institute on the Constitution President Jake MacAulay – is dedicated and determined to keep Christ in education.
Jake was invited to speak at the conference earlier this year, specifically to introduce the Biblical underpinnings of the U.S. Constitution and American Government.
Topics of Jake’s presentations included:
- The American View of Law and Government
- Faith, Values, and the Constitution
- The Constitution & The Bill of Rights – The Real Story
- American Education: Four Centuries of American Education
Listen to some of the responses from Jake’s presentations:
“I’m always grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the restoration of America through the homeschooling movement.” – IOTC President Jake MacAulay
Institute on the Constitution (IOTC) is pleased and privileged to initiate and to support a national program promoting the American View of Law and Government in secondary schools and home schools across America. Under this program, American Clubs have been formed in schools and on University Campuses.
From Mike Warner your editor: the IOTC is the source for materials used by "American Clubs" across the nation to re-ignite the wonder of America's true historical, legal and philosophical foundations in the minds our a school age children. I host a monthly "American Clubs Coaching" seminar to showcase the IOTC materials to Montgomery County Tennessee, and surrounding areas. The IOTC is associated with Liberty Council which provides free legal support to insure your local school district does not violate the Constitution by prohibiting "American Clubs" in schools. Typically all that is required is a letter from them to successfully encourage schools, school boards, city councils, county commissions and legislators to reverse any negative decisions.
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