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Senate Bill 704: Mandates Passage of the FCAT Prior to Graduation from a Private School
Senator Gary Siplin
If this bill passed, all students enrolled in a private school would be required to have a passing score on the score on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) before receiving a high school diploma. This could potentially affect all homeschoolers who operate under the private school umbrella option in Florida and take the decision of when to graduate a student away from the parent.
|3/6/2007||(Senate) Introduced, Referred to Education Pre-K-12, Education Pre-K-12 Appropriations|
|5/4/2007||(Senate) Died in Committee on Education Pre-K - 12|
HSLDA is opposed to this bill.
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