School District Demands Use of “Official” FormHSLDA recently assisted a member family whose statement of intent to begin a home education program was rejected because the parent had not used the “official” form.
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House Bill 1043: Corrects the Definition of the Term “Home Education” to Conform to North Dakota’s Homeschool Law3/28/2013
House Bill 1165: Establishes Immunization Information Database1/7/2014
House Bill 1217: Adds Personal Finance As a Required Course1/7/2014
House Bill 1291: Makes Homeschool Students Eligible for Scholarships1/7/2014
House Bill 1429: Funds Early Childhood Education4/30/2013
House Bill 1461: Creates a Philosophical, Moral, or Religious Exemption to North Dakota’s Testing Requirement1/7/2014
Senate Bill 2229: Funds Early Childhood Education1/7/2014
Senate Bill 2329: Creates a Testing Exemption for Some Homeschooled Children4/4/2013
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