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This bill requires parents who intend to homeschool their children to file a letter each year by August 15 to inform the school district. It requires school districts to maintain records of each homeschooled child in the district.
HSLDA opposes this bill because it imposes wasteful red tape on families and serves no legitimate purpose. It should not be necessary to file a notice in order to exercise one’s constitutional right to homeschool one’s child. The evidence indicates that children in states with a high level of homeschool regulation do just as well on standardized tests as children in states with a low level of regulation.
1/27/2016 Introduced, Referred to Assembly Education Committee
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