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House Bill 345: An Act Raising the Compulsory School Attendance Age
Representatives Weyhrauch and Kerttula
This bill would have raised the compulsory attendance age from 16 to 17. HSLDA opposes any expansion of state control over education.
|1/9/2006||Introduced, first reading, and referred to the House Special Committee on Education and the Health, Education & Social Services Committee.||2/9/2006||Hearing in House Education Committee||4/4/2006||Hearing in House Education Committee—Meeting canceled.||6/8/2006||Bill died when the Legislature adjourned.|
HSLDA opposed this bill.
None at this time.
| Other Resources|
Feb.-8-2006—Alaska—Calls Needed to Oppose Compulsory Attendance Age Bill
Feb.-13-2006—Alaska—Letters Needed to Oppose Compulsory Attendance Age Bill
Mar.-31-2006—Alaska—Calls Needed to Oppose Compulsory Attendance Age Bill
Bill Text (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)