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House Bill 2792: An Act Lowering the Compulsory Attendance Age
This bill would have lowered the compulsory attendance age by 3 ½ months, so that a child who becomes five by June 1 instead of September 15 would be subject to the compulsory attendance requirement. This bill would have further expanded state control over education and eroded the right of parents to determine when a child is ready for school.
|03/07/2005||Filed and Referred to the House Committee on Education|
|5/13/2005||Died in House Committee at Sine Die adjournment.|
This bill was opposed.
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