Senate Bill 133: Appropriations and School Aid

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Last Updated: October 31, 2017
Senate Bill 133: Appropriations and School Aid
Sponsors:
Hildenbrand
Summary:

This substitute appropriations bill as passed by the House includes language that defines nonessential courses that a homeschooled or nonpublic school student is eligible to participate in with the public school. Homeschooled or nonpublic school students who are enrolled part-time in the public school are exempt from the requirement that students enrolled in more than 2 virtual courses have an education development plan on file with the school district.

HSLDA's Position:
Neutral.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:
02/09/2017 (Senate) Introduced and referred to Appropriations
09/27/2017 (Senate) Substitute S-2 passed Senate
10/10/2017 (House) Substitute H-1 passed House
10/10/2017 (Senate) Returned to Senate; laid over 1 day
10/18/2017 (Senate) Senate concurred in House amendments
10/30/2017 (Senate) Sent to Governor

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