Legislative Update: January 24, 2013

House Subcommittee Approves HB 1442. SB 812 “Passed by” for the Day. Next Hearing Expected Monday, 1/28 at 9a.m.

Press Release: House Subcommittee Agrees With Over Two-Thirds of Virginians: Let Homeschoolers Play!

With homeschooling families looking on, a subcommittee of the House of Delegates’ Education Committee voted 7 to 1 this morning in favor of sending HB 1442 to the full committee for consideration.

Legislative Report – January 23, 2013

URGENT! Hearing Scheduled for SB 812 TOMORROW AT 8 A.M.

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – January 17, 2013

Hearing Scheduled for HB 1442 on Thursday, 1/24

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – January 15, 2013

2013 General Assembly: Quick Action Expected on Sports Access Bills, Virtual Schools Bill

Press Release: Homeschool Sports Access in Virginia: 2013 “Tebow” Bills Would Give School Boards Control: HB 1442 and SB 812

This year’s homeschool sports access bills specifically state that homeschool eligibility is subject to the policy of each local school board – there would be no mandate on public schools.

VaHomeschoolers Legislative Report – January 10, 2013

Help Pass the 2013 Sports Access Bills with YOUR Story

Membean: My Favorite Vocabulary Curriculum

by Sherene Silverberg, Norfolk, January-February 2013

Vanderbilt University, Homeschooling Goes Under the Microscope, August 2012

Researcher Joseph Murphy examines the history of homeschooling, its exponential growth, the advantages homeschooling can offer, and what the homeschooling movement means for the larger world of education.

NBC 29 (Charlottesville), Homeschoolers Sports Access, October 2012

Charlottesville station NBC 29 interviews VaHomeschoolers Government Affairs Director Amy Wilson about the October Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) Homeschool Sports Access Discussion Group meeting.


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