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House Bill 1217: Eliminating Portfolio Review by Superintendent
Reps. Moul, Baker, Benninghoff, Boyd, Caltagirone, Clymer, Cox, Creighton, Cutler, Denlinger, Dermody, Fabrizio, Gabig, Gibbons, Gingrich, Grove, Haluska, Hanna, Harkins, Harris, Hess, Hornaman, Kauffman, M. Keller, Kortz, Krieger, Maher, Marisco, Metcalfe, Murt, Phillips, Pickett, Pyle, Quigley, Reed, Reese, Reichley, Rock, Rohrer, Saylor, Schroder, Sonney, Stern, Stevenson, Tallman, J. Taylor, True, Turzai, Youngblood, and Readshaw
This bill would make the following changes to the home education statute:
- Eliminate the public school superintendent’s review of portfolios;
- Require superintendents to accept an evaluator’s determination that an appropriate education is occurring in the home education program;
- Provide for an administrative procedure to resolve any claim by the superintendent that the parent has failed to comply with any aspect of the homeschool law; and
- Ensure that the home education program may continue during the time of any appeal of an adverse ruling by a hearing examiner.
|4/7/2009||(House) Referred to Education Committee|
|11/30/2010||(House) Bill died when legislature adjourned|
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