House Bill 1009/Senate Bill 1002: Revisions to Homeschool Statute

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House Bill 1009/Senate Bill 1002: Revisions to Homeschool Statute
House Senate
Sponsors:
Holt
Sponsors:
Beavers
Summary:

This bill would require parents to notify the local director of schools upon commencing home instruction. It would require 4 hours of instruction per day, but would no longer tie the home school calendar to the public school calendar. Parent-teachers must assess the students and maintain assessment records and may participate in the 5th, 7th, and 9th grade public school testing.

Summary:

This bill would require parents to notify the local director of schools upon commencing home instruction. It would require 4 hours of instruction per day, but would no longer tie the home school calendar to the public school calendar. Parent-teachers must assess the students and maintain assessment records and may participate in the 5th, 7th, and 9th grade public school testing.

Status:
2/09/2017 Introduced
2/13/2017 Passed 1st consideration
2/15/2017 Passed 2nd consideration, refer to Education Instruction & Programs
3/01/2017 Hearing:03/08/2017 1:30 pm, Legislative Plaza Room 30
3/21/2017 Hearing:03/21/2017 12 noon, Legislative Plaza Room 16
3/21/2017 Deferred to summer study
Status:
2/09/2017 Introduced
2/09/2017 Passed 1st consideration
2/13/2017 Passed 2nd consideration, refer to Education
HSLDA's Position:
Support.
HSLDA's Position:
Support.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Action Requested:
None at this time

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