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House Bill 1266: A Bill to Allow Homeschoolers to Partially Enroll in Public School
Rep. Thomas J. Brunner
This bill would provide the same funding to students who were educated at home in virtual public schools as those enrolled in brick-and-mortar schools. Not only have virtual schools proven ineffective sources of education, but to provide such an inexpensive method of schooling with such a high level of funding is fiscally irresponsible.
|1/29/2007||First read in House and referred to House Education H.J. 241|
|2/6/2007||Scheduled for committee hearing on this date|
|2/6/2007||House Education Amendment (1266cc)|
|2/8/2007||Scheduled for committee hearing on this date|
|2/8/2007||House Education Amendment (1266ca)|
|2/8/2007||Education Do Pass Amended Passed, Yeas 13, Nays 1. H.J. 421|
|2/8/2007||House Education Title Amendment (1266cta)|
|2/12/2007||House of Representatives deferred to another day, passed H.J. 469|
|2/13/2007||House of Representatives do pass amended passed, Yeas 47, Nays 22|
|2/14/2007||First read in Senate and referred to Senate Education S.J. 526|
|2/20/2007||Scheduled for committee hearing on this date|
This bill has been signed into law.
No action is requested at this time.
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