Federal Citizenship Test for Homeschoolers?
New Hampshire is considering imposing a federally developed citizenship test on homeschoolers and private school students as a condition of graduation. HSLDA opposes this proposal.
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New Hampshire Private Schools (Participating Agencies)
Department of Education Memo: Compulsory Attendance Age Policy (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
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House Bill 276: Prohibits State Board of Education from Adopting a Rule Requiring School Districts to Implement Common Core.
House Bill 301: Opting out from Statewide Database
House Bill 461: Prohibiting the Use or Application of Foreign Laws in the State Court.
House Bill 504: Allowing for Online Driver Education
House Bill 603: Exempting Students from Objectionable Assessments
Senate Bill 151: Including Home Educated Pupils and Definition of Average Daily Membership for Public Schools
Senate Bill 157: Imposes Federal Civics Test Passage As Condition for Graduation to All Students
Senate Bill 204: an act repealing the education tax credit program.
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