House Bill 636: Requires Homeschooled Students to be Tested Before Transferring into Public School

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Last Updated: March 16, 2011
House Bill 636: Requires Homeschooled Students to be Tested Before Transferring into Public School
Sponsors:
Senator Cecil Brown
Summary:

Current law provides that students transferring from a public school to another public school and students transferring from a private school to a public school may be tested to determine the proper grade level placement in the public school. This bill would include students transferring from a home school in the testing.

HSLDA's Position:

This bill should be monitored.

Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

1/13/2010     (House)     Referred to Education Committee
1/19/2010     (House)     Committee substitute passed out of committee
1/27/2011     (House)     Committee substitute adopted on the floor
1/27/2011     (House)     Amended
1/27/2011     (House)     Passed as amended
1/27/2011     (House)     Motion to reconsider entered by Moore, Brown, and Thomas
2/01/2011     (House)     Motion to reconsider tabled
2/01/2011     (House)     Transmitted to Senate
2/17/2011     (Senate)     Referred to Education Committee
2/17/2011     (Senate)     Passed out of committee as amended
3/02/2011     (Senate)     Amended
3/02/2011     (Senate)     Passed as amended
3/03/2011     (Senate)     Returned for concurrence
3/08/2011     (House)     Concurred in amendment from Senate
3/11/2011     (House)     Enrolled bill signed
3/11/2011     (Senate)     Enrolled bill signed
3/11/2011     Due from the governor 3/17/2011
3/16/2011     Approved by the governor

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