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House Bill 2019: Prohibiting Public School Students with Unexcused Absences from Homeschooling
Rep. Mark Martin
This bill would authorize school districts to place students under disciplinary action for any kind of absences, even those caused by illness, accident, or other unavoidable reasons. Any student placed under disciplinary action because of these absences would not be eligible to begin homeschooling.
|3/6/2009||(House) Read the first time, rules suspended, read the second time and referred to the Committee on Education|
|5/1/2009||(House) Died in Education Committee at Sine Die adjournment|
This bill should be opposed.
None at this time.
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