Senate Bill 3295: Increases Grade Levels for Testing Homeschool Students

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Senate Bill 3295: Increases Grade Levels for Testing Homeschool Students
Sponsors:
Senator Reginald Tate
Summary:

This is a companion bill to House Bill 3454. It would increase the grade levels for testing homeschool students who go through the school district from grades 5, 7, and 9 to grades 3–12. Additionally, it would change the standard for unacceptable test performance from a reference to the grade level of the student to "below proficient."

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

01/26/2012     (Senate)     Filed for introduction
01/30/2012     (Senate)     Introduced and passed first consideration
02/01/2012     (Senate)     Passed second consideration and referred to Senate Education Committee
05/01/2012     (Senate)     Bill died when legislature adjourned

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