New Law Adds SAT, ACT, PSAT to Test OptionsThe governor’s signature on two bills means Virginia homeschoolers now have more options for fulfilling the year-end assessment.
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House Bill 1626: Allows Students Receiving Home Instruction to Participate in Public School Interscholastic Programs4/15/2015
House Bill 1753: Gives a reprieve from the first year-end assessment for families who start home instruction on or after Feb. 1st2/24/2015
House Bill 1754: Allows Home Instruction Students to use Scores from the ACT, SAT, or PSAT for Year-End Assessment3/26/2015
House Bill 2238: Creates a "Parental Choice Education Savings Account"2/25/2015
Senate Bill 724: Prevents Common Core Implementation Without Prior Approval of the General Assembly3/27/2015
Senate Bill 1383: Protects Information Privacy regarding Home Instruction and Religious Exemption3/26/2015
Senate Bill 1403: Progress in Home Instruction may be shown by Scores from the SAT, Preliminary SAT, or an International Baccalaureate Assessment3/23/2015
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