Hampton No Longer Questioning Children’s FaithIn response to HSLDA’s concerns, Hampton school officials have changed their religious exemption policy to harmonize with the state statute.
• Resources for Homeschooled Students Seeking Public School Credits
• Analysis of Homeschool Academic Achievement under Virginia’s Religious Exemption
House Bill 46: Establishes an Early Education Workforce Committee1/28/2016
House Bill 131: Public Schools May Not Join Athletic Associations That Prohibit Home Instruction Student Participation12/18/2015
House Bill 209: Deems that High School Graduation Requirements have been Met by Home School Graduates and Religious Exempt Individuals1/15/2016
House Bill 259: Restricts Adoption of Common Core in Replacement of Standards of Learning12/31/2015
House Bill 1342: Eliminates the Vaccination Exemption that is Based on Religious Objection1/27/2016
Senate Bill 432: Allows Teens to be Placed in Mental Health Facilities Without Parental Consent1/12/2016
Senate Bill 540: Requires Local School Boards to Make Public School Education Available to All 4- and 5-Year-Olds1/26/2016
Senate Bill 612: Public Schools May Not Join Athletic Associations That Prohibit Home Instruction Student Participation1/13/2016
Senate Bill 780: Permits Parents to Waive Right to Privacy Regarding Disclosure of Homeschool Information2/3/2016
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