House File 580: Restricting When Licensed Teacher Can Instruct Without Approval

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Last Updated: March 23, 2011
House File 580: Restricting When Licensed Teacher Can Instruct Without Approval
Sponsors:
House Education Committee
Summary:

This bill could make it impossible for a licensed teacher to teach a child outside compulsory attendance age without government approval. While this was not the bill’s intention, the actual language that was chosen would create this problem. The bill was intended to expand the age range of children who could dual enroll in public schools or participate in HSAPs.

HSLDA's Position:
Action Requested:
Status:

03/08/2011 (House) Introduced, placed on calendar
04/01/2011 (House) Referred back to Education

This bill did not exit its committee of origin before the session ended, and is now dead.

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