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House Bill 1483: A Bill Relating to Curriculum and Testing of Homeschoolers
H.B. 1483, after a minor amendment, was passed and signed by the governor, and will be effective July 1, 2006.
The bill removes the superintendent from determining if a family under Option 4 has shown a program of study or curriculum that includes the SOLs, and allows a family to either send in a curriculum or program of study that includes the SOLs OR provide evidence that the parent is able to provide an adequate education for his child. Bill also allows a family to use any nationally normed standardized achievement test to demonstrate an adequate level of educational growth and progress, instead of only tests that are approved by the Board of Education.
|01/19/2006||(House): Presented and Ordered Printed.|
|01/19/2006||(House): Referred to Committee on Education.|
|01/25/2006||(House): Reported from Education (16-Yes 0-No).|
|01/26/2006||(House): Read First Time.|
|01/27/2006||(House): Read second time and engrossed.|
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