House Joint Resolution 62 and Senate Joint Resultion 33: Constitutional Amendment to Prevent Regulation of Homeschooling

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House Joint Resolution 62 and Senate Joint Resultion 33: Constitutional Amendment to Prevent Regulation of Homeschooling
House Senate
Sponsors:
Keough
Sponsors:
Huffines
Summary:

House Joint Resolution 62 proposes a constitutional amendment stating state and local government entities may not regulate the educational program of private schools and home schools. If passed, the proposed constitutional amendment would be added to the November 2017 ballot.

Summary:

Senate Joint Resolution 33 proposes a constitutional amendment stating state and local government entities may not regulate the educational program of private schools and home schools. If passed, the proposed constitutional amendment would be added to the November 2017 ballot.

Status:
01/26/2017 House Introduced
Status:
01/25/2017 Senate Introduced
02/13/2017 Senate Referred to Education Committee
HSLDA's Position:

Neutral. While HSLDA supports the concept of a constitutional amendment to protect homeschool freedom, we are currently neutral because of the vague wording of the proposed amendment and because of its possible effect on other education legislation expected to be introduced this session.

HSLDA's Position:

Neutral. While HSLDA supports the concept of a constitutional amendment to protect homeschool freedom, we are currently neutral because of the vague wording of the proposed amendment and because of its possible effect on other education legislation expected to be introduced this session.

Action Requested:
None at this time
Action Requested:
None at this time

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