The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XI, NUMBER 2
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1995
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The Parental Rights Act: Establishing a Standard of Liberty

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Home Schoolers Seek Participation in Public School Extra Curricular Activities

House Bill 156 was introduced in the Alaska Legislature on February 6, 1995. If passed, this bill would entitle home school students to participate in extra curricular activities in public schools. To be eligible for participation, home school students would have to be in compliance with one of the legal options for conducting home education and otherwise meet all school district eligibility requirements for participation in the extra curricular activity. The term "extra curricular activities" is defined in the language of the bill to include drama, debate, music, band, and athletic activities.