House Bill 1095: Homeschool Participation in Extracurricular School Activities

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Last Updated: May 1, 2013
House Bill 1095: Homeschool Participation in Extracurricular School Activities
Sponsors:
Representative Stephens and Senator Marble
Summary:

House Bill 1095 prohibits public schools from requiring homeschooled students participating in extracurricular activities from having to enroll in non-related courses as a condition of participation.

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

1/17/2013     (House)     Introduced and referred to House Education Committee
2/4/2013     (House)     Passed House Education Committee and Referred to House Committee of the Whole
2/7/2013     (House)     Passed Second Reading with amendments
2/11/2013     (House)     Passed Third Reading in House
2/14/2013     (Senate)     Introduced in Senate and referred to Senate Education Committee
4/3/2013     (Senate)     Passed Senate Education Committee
4/8/2013     (Senate)     Passed Second Reading
4/9/2013     (Senate)     Passed Senate on Third Reading
4/26/2013     (Governor)     Signed by Governor

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