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Senate Bill 2101: Removal of Homeschool Discrimination from HOPE Scholarship
Senator David Fowler (R-District 11)
Current law discriminates against homeschool graduates by requiring them to achieve an ACT score of 23 or an SAT score of 1060 in order to be eligible for a HOPE scholarship. Public school students are required to have either an ACT score of 19 or a SAT score of 890. This bill would require homeschool students to attain the same scores as public school students.
|01/28/2004||Assigned to the General Subcommittee of the Senate Education Committee|
|04/07/2004||Placed on Senate Education Committee calendar for April 14, 2004
||04/14/2004||Assigned to General Subcommittee of Senate Education Committee
This bill should be supported.
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