Monthly archives: January 2012

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – January 30, 2012

Critical Point Fast Approaching for HB 947, Homeschool Sports Access Bill.

Reasons to Support HB 947: Homeschool Sports Access

Homeschool Sports Access

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – January 27, 2012

Sports Access Hearing Rescheduled.

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – January 26, 2012

House Subcommittee Passes Sports Access and Curriculum Description Bills; Senate Curriculum Description Bill to Be Considered Next Week.

Press Release: Sports Access Bill Passes Subcommittee

Press Release: Sports Access Bill Passes Subcommittee

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – January 24, 2012

Your Help Needed – Sports Access Bills.

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – January 16, 2012

New General Assembly Session Begins – Sports (and more) Access, Homeschool Expenses Tax Credit, Curriculum Description Bills Expected, Driver Licensing, Homestead Exemption for Homeschooling Materials

Community Colleges Look at Homeschooling

As with Virginia’s four-year colleges and universities, Virginia’s 23 community colleges have no uniform policies regarding the acceptance of homeschooled students.

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report: December 16, 2011

VaHomeschoolers Invited to Meet with Governor’s Policy Advisors.

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