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Department of Education Mandates Electronic Form
HSLDA has objected to a decision by state education officials to make homeschoolers file their respective notices of intent electronically. For the current school year homeschoolers may still use a paper form.

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Homeschoolers Allowed to Participate in Interscholastic Activities


Playing Field Leveled For Scholarship Program


Bad Bill Averted


Bad Homeschool Bill Defeated


Compulsory Attendance Age Adjusted


Social Worker Investigates Family for Educational Neglect


Truant Officer Targets 5—Year—Old


Bills Fail in Legislature


Air Force Looking for Homeschool Graduates


Definition of ‘Home School’ Changes


District Seeks Social Security Numbers

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8/6/2014Reminder--Notice of Intent Due August 15
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WATCH House Bill 1629: Ensures that Homeschooled Students Have an Equal Opportunity for the Arkansas Governor’s Scholars Program
1/6/2014

INACTIVE The Arkansas Legislature has Adjourned
3/19/2014

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