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This bill would create individual student education accounts to be funded by the state. Parents could use money in these accounts to pay for certain educational expenses. Homeschool parents could use money in the accounts to pay for curriculum, a private tutor (provided the tutor is a state-certified teacher), behavior, speech, occupational, and physical therapy services, and even postsecondary tuition. In order to receive the funds, parents would be required to report standardized test results to the state on an annual basis.
HSLDA is opposed to government funding of homeschool programs because it invites government regulation and threatens the autonomy and freedom of homeschooling.
See "Bill History" link below.
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