I know many public school parents who have their child volunteer to work on a political campaign. I also know public school teachers who encourage the students under their supervision to work on a political campaign. Some public school teachers even go so far as to offer extra credit to students who do so.
So why isn’t that a problem for the NNN?
This development becomes a little bit disturbing, though, in light of this PACs suspect efforts to recruit home schooled children as free labor for the McCoy campaign. When young people get involved of their own volition, as a step in developing their own political consciousness, that's a definite benefit to our democracy. But, where this involvement might cross the line into their school curriculum - dictated by parents pursuing their own political purposes - one starts to get a sense of why so many have such serious doubts about the quality and integrity of home school education.
Homeschoolers certainly have the same rights as public school parents and teachers. For anyone to imply otherwise is absurd.
Read Principled Discovery's Doubts about the quality and integrity of a homeschool education to learn more.