House Bill 1461: Creates a Philosophical, Moral, or Religious Exemption to North Dakota's Testing Requirement

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Last Updated: January 7, 2014
House Bill 1461: Creates a Philosophical, Moral, or Religious Exemption to North Dakota's Testing Requirement
Sponsors:
Represenatives Toman, Grande, Heller, B. Koppelman, K. Koppelman, Rohr, Ruby, and Thoreson, and senators Larsen, Sitte, and Wanzek
Summary:

This bill would create a testing exemption for homeschooled children whose parents had a philosophical, moral, or religious objection to testing. In order to qualify for this exemption, the parent would have to be a certified teacher, have a bachelor's degree, or have passed the national teacher's exam. HSLDA favors any proposal to reduce state testing of homeschoolers.

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

Withdrawn from further consideration. See "Bill History" link below.

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