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House Bill 120: An Act Creating Withdrawal Procedures from Public School
Representatives Roebuck, Stairs, Curry, D. Evans, Beyer, Bishop, Caltagirone, Fabrizio, Frankel, Harper, James, Manderino, Mann, M. O'Brien, Youngblood, Payton, Parker, Wheatley, Conklin, Murt, Brennan, Hornaman, Melio, and Kortz.
This bill would create a procedure for withdrawal from public school, requiring students to be interviewed by a school official. There is an exception for students withdrawing for the purpose of enrolling in a home education program.
|1/31/2007||Introduced and referred to the House Education Committee|
|3/19/2007||Reported back as amended and laid on table|
|3/21/2007||Removed from table|
|4/17/2007||Second consideration and amended|
|4/18/2007||Referred to the House Appropriations Committee|
|4/25/2007||Reported and committed to the Appropriations Committee|
|10/7/2008||Reported as amended to the Appropriations Committee|
|10/8/2008||Referred to Education Committee|
|11/30/2008||Legislation died when the House adjourned|
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