Assembly Bill 380: Requires Homeschoolers to Notify School District

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Last Updated: January 22, 2014
Assembly Bill 380: Requires Homeschoolers to Notify School District
Sponsors:
Assemblywoman Cleopatra Tucker (D-28)
Summary:

This bill would require parents or guardians who intend to homeschool their children to notify their local public school superintendent of their decision to homeschool each August 15. It would also require the school district to maintain a record of the name, age, and place of residence of each homeschooled child in the district.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

01/16/2014 Introduced and Referred to the Assembly Committee on Education.

Background:

This bill was proposed in 2012 by Assemblywoman Tucker, as A1375. It died in the education committee. Here is a link to HSLDA's page on A1375. Once again in 2011, this exact bill was proposed and killed in committee, as A4408.

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