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House Bill 3394: Homeschool Information to be Provided by Public Schools
Representatives Toole, Limehouse, Altman, Herbkersman, Ceips, Mahaffey, and Vaughn
This bill would have required school districts to provide parents, upon request, information about homeschooling. Among other things, this would include the standards the homeschool program must meet to be approved by the school district. We were concerned that school districts would interpret this law in ways that would grant them additional authority to regulate homeschools. Also, we don’t believe parents currently have difficulty obtaining information about homeschooling.
|01/26/2005||Introduced and referred to Committee on Education and Public Works|
|6/15/2006||Bill died when the Legislature adjourned.|
HSLDA opposed this bill.
None at this time.
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