I could only think:
The Legal Assistance Corporation and the American Civil Liberties Union have filed a class action lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Massachusetts, charging that the Worcester Public Library is unfairly restricting the borrowing privileges of residents who live in homeless shelters.
Identified as “Jane Doe,” the lead plaintiff in the case maintains that she is being allowed to check out no more that two books at a time, making her unable to homeschool her child. The lawsuit claims the library policy is unconstitutional. “Everybody should have equal access to a public library, regardless of whether they’re homeless,” Legal Assistance Corporation Executive Director Jonathan Mannina told the Associated Press July 6.
How can you home school a child when you're homeless? Doesn't that automatically disqualify you? And considering your circumstances are you REALLY the best teacher for your child?
I know. I'm terrible. But really...