House Bill 230: Redefines the Term "Home School"

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Last Updated: March 22, 2013
House Bill 230: Redefines the Term "Home School"
Sponsors:
Representatives Malone, Martin, Brody, Samuelson, Blackwell, R. Brown, Bryan, Bumgardner, Burr, Cleveland, Collins, Conrad, Dockham, Faircloth, Ford, Hollo, Iler, Jeter, Jones, Jordan, McNeill, Millis, Moffitt, Pittman, Presnell, Ramsey, Riddell, S. Ross, Saine, Schaffer, Shepard, Starnes, Stone, and Turner
Summary:

This is a companion bill to Senate Bill 189. It would redefine “home school” to better recognize the right of parents to direct the education of children being taught at home.

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

Passed the House 118-0. Referred to committee in the Senate. See "Bill History" link below.

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Bill History