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Senate Bill 764: Study of Special Education Needs for Nonpublic Schools
This bill would provide for a study which would investigate how well special needs children in nonpublic schools are being served, and if services are being provided in the least restrictive manner possible.
|02/07/2005||(S) Introduction and first reading, referred to Education|
|03/21/2005||(S) Committee report: to pass and re-referred to State and Local Government Operations|
|04/07/2005||(S) Committee report: to pass|
|04/07/2005||(S) Second reading|
None at this time.
Cautious support. Current law leaves the provision of special education services up to the local school district, which has resulted in an unpredictable patchwork of services to homeschool families. This bill would begin to study this problem.
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