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This bill would allow the county superintendent to deny a request for homeschooling if the student has 10 or more unexcused absences during school year, and a parent may reapply for homeschooling during the next grading period. It defines excused absence to include personal illness/injury of student or student’s parent/guardian (with note from medical provider regarding parent’s illness); all documentation for absences is to be provided no later than 5 days after the occurrence.
As substituted, the bill removes the ability of the superintendent to deny homeschooling.
HSLDA is neutral on HB 2702 as substituted by the committee.
|2/24/2017||House||Introduced, referred to Education|
|3/16/2017||House||Do pass as substituted|
|3/25/2017||Senate||Introduced and referred to Education|
|4/03/2017||Senate||Committee do pass with amendment|
|4/04/2017||Senate||Read 1st time|
|4/05/2017||Senate||Read 2nd time, committee amendments adopted|
|4/07/2017||Senate||Read 3rd time, passed|
|4/08/2017||House||Concurred and passed|
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