House Bill 4805: Homeschooled Students and Educational Development Plans

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House Bill 4805: Homeschooled Students and Educational Development Plans
Sponsors:
John Reilly - (primary), Pamela Hornberger, Gary Glenn, Steven Johnson, Tom Barrett, Jim Runestad, Shane Hernandez
Summary:

This bill as introduced would have targeted homeschooled students who are enrolled in public school programs for exemption from a potential requirement to complete an Educational Development Plan (“EDP”). An amended bill on which HSLDA is neutral will be offered in committee.

HSLDA's Position:
Neutral.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:
6/20/2017 House Introduced, read 1st time, referred to Education Reform
10/19/2017 House Committee hearing 9:00 AM HOB 521
10/19/2017 House Committee reported recommendation with substitute H-3
10/25/2017 House Read 2nd time; committee substitute adopted
10/26/2017 House Passed House; to Senate
10/31/2017 Senate Referred to Education

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