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June 14, 2004

House Bill 1428: Lowering Teacher Qualifications for Tutors

Author:
Representative Lynn Westmoreland (R-District 86)

Summary:
This bill would permit parents to hire a tutor to conduct a home study program if the proposed tutor has a high school diploma or GED. Current law requires that the tutor have a bachelor's degree.

Status:

02/10/2004Introduced and placed in House Education Committee
03/04/2004Passed out of Education Committee
03/17/2004Passed by House, referred to Senate
03/31/2004Passed by Senate
04/08/2004Sent to Governor for signature
5/17/2004Adopted

HSLDA's Position:
This bill should be supported.

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