Senate Bill 1232: Authorizes School Boards To Allow Private School (Home School) Students To Participate In Public School Sports If The Private School Does Not Offer The Sport

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Senate Bill 1232: Authorizes School Boards To Allow Private School (Home School) Students To Participate In Public School Sports If The Private School Does Not Offer The Sport
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This bill would allow home-based private school students to access public school sports. The bill would amend the School Code to specify that provisions allowing part-time attendance in the regular education program of a school district by pupils enrolled in nonpublic schools shall include allowing a resident pupil who is enrolled in a nonpublic school to participate in an interscholastic athletic activity of the district if the activity is not offered by the nonpublic school and if the pupil pays those fees associated with the activity that are charged to public school pupils.

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Neutral.
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None at this time
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