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House Bill 1872: An Act Creating Virtual Public Schools
Representative David Hawk
This bill would enact the Virtual Public Schools Act, which would create a public school option at home. HSLDA does not consider this to be a good option for homeschoolers because of the associated state control of such public programs. Additionally, it appears that the local school district or charter school would get full funding from the state for each student, even though the student did not attend the regular school. This is the companion bill to Senate Bill 2008.
|2/22/2007||Passed second consideration|
|4/11/2007||Assigned to subcommittee K-12 of the Education Committee|
|4/17/2007||"Pass" recommendation from subcommittee K-12 of the Education Committee|
|5/8/2007||Action deferred in Education Committee for Summer Study|
|4/29/2008||Recommended for passage if amended by House Education subcommittee|
|5/5/2008||Recommended for passage if amended, referred to the Finance, Ways & Means Committee|
|5/6/2008||Assigned to Budget subcommittee|
|5/14/2008||Favorable for passage recommendation if amended, re-referred to subcommittee of the Finance, Ways and Means Committee, there passed, and referred to the Calendar and Rules Committee|
|5/15/2008||Placed on Regular Calendar and substituted for Senate version|
|5/21/2008||Bill died when legislature adjourned|
HSLDA opposes this legislation because of the inequitable funding.
None at this time.
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