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Senate Bill 166: Improve Early Learning Opportunities For Vermont's Children
Kittell, Sara Branon
Lyons, Virginia "Ginny"
Collins, Donald "Don"
Provide publicly funded early education status.
|03/14/2003||(S) ASSIGNED TO EDUCATION|
|03/09/2004||(S) EDUCATION REPORT FAVORABLE WITH AMENDMENT|
|04/02/2004||(S) 2ND READING - AMEND|
|04/06/2004||(S) 3RD READING - PASSED|
|04/07/2004||(H) ASSIGNED TO EDUCATION|
None at this time.
Oppose. This bill creates a "voluntary" publicly funded early education program for children in Vermont. It will increase taxes and pave the way for efforts to lower the compulsory attendance age in the future. While there is no immediate threat to homeschool liberties in Vermont, this type of legislation expands the government role in education (and/or publicly funded daycare for young children) in ways that HSLDA cannot support.
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