House Bill 990/Senate Bill 541: Exemptions from Compulsory Attendance

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House Bill 990/Senate Bill 541: Exemptions from Compulsory Attendance
House Senate
Sponsors:
D. White
Sponsors:
Kelsey
Summary:

As introduced, exempts a parent, guardian, or other legal custodian of a minor child from having to ensure the minor child's school attendance if the minor child is enrolled and making satisfactory progress in a course leading to a HiSET® credential or has obtained a HiSET® credential.

Summary:

As introduced, exempts a parent, guardian, or other legal custodian of a minor child from having to ensure the minor child's school attendance if the minor child is enrolled and making satisfactory progress in a course leading to a HiSET® credential or has obtained a HiSET® credential.

Status:
2/09/2017 Introduced
2/13/2017 Passed 1st consideration
2/15/2017 Passed 2nd consideration, referred to Education Administration & Planning
Status:
2/08/2017 Introduced, passed 1st consideration
2/09/2017 Passed 2nd consideration, referred to Education
3/29/2017 Assigned to general subcommittee
HSLDA's Position:
Support.
HSLDA's Position:
Support.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Action Requested:
None at this time

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