Why SF 345 Will Help Bullies and Hurt Their VictimsA bill now in the state legislature would allow authorities to investigate anyone accused of bullying a public school student. HSLDA believes the bill goes too far.
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House File 214: Eliminates Independent Private Instruction (IPI) as an Option for Homeschooling in Iowa2/11/2015
House File 241: Raises Compulsory School Attendance Age to 182/16/2015
House File 312: Prohibits Use of Smarter Balanced Assessments2/19/2015
House File 313: Creates Education Savings Grants for Nonpublic School and Competent Private Instruction Students2/19/2015
Senate File 240: Creates an Education Savings Grant for Students Receiving Competent Private Instruction2/16/2015
Senate File 345: Gives School Officials Power to Refer Cases of Alleged Bullying to Social Services and Law Enforcement4/30/2015
Senate File 364: Creates Income Tax Credit for Educational Materials used to Provide Competent Private Instruction3/10/2015
Senate Study Bill 1236: Raises Compulsory School Attendance Age to 182/26/2015
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