Fort Dodge Pushes Form for Homeschool Option that Requires No FilingAt least one public school district is still getting used to the idea that changes in state law mean some homeschoolers don’t have to file paperwork. HSLDA is here to help everyone adjust to the improved legal situation.
• Revolutionary Improvements to Iowa Homeschool Law: A Summary
• Accredited Correspondence Schools: Report Cards as CPI Year-End Assessments
House File 28: Raises Compulsory School Attendance Age to 181/24/2013
House File 204: Raises Compulsory School Attendance Age to 182/28/2013
House File 215: Parent Taught Driver’s Education and Independent Private Instruction4/5/2013
House File 216: Parent-Taught Driver Education2/28/2013
House File 351: Expands Compulsory School Attendance (Formerly House File 144)3/12/2013
House File 352 (Formerly HSB 84): CPI Form A Due September 12/26/2013
House File 537: "Stay Put" Educational Setting (Formerly House File 109)4/5/2013
House Bill 2045: Imposing School Attendance and Minimum Grade Point Average Requirements upon Certain Drivers9/25/2013
Senate File 118: Expanded Visitation Orders2/8/2013
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