Yikes! Is that Online?A new law in Virginia strengthened privacy protection for homeschoolers—which made it more shocking to one HSLDA member family when they found their religious exemption paperwork had been posted online.
• Resources for Homeschooled Students Seeking Public School Credits
• Analysis of Homeschool Academic Achievement under Virginia’s Religious Exemption
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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