Tag archives for sports access
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.
Help Pass the 2013 Sports Access Bills with YOUR Story
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.
Sports Access Discussion Group Update
Sports Access Discussion Group update plus VaHomeschoolers response to the release of UVA law professor’s article on Religious Exemption
Homeschool Sports Access: Our Work in the “Off-Season”
Discussion Group on Homeschool Sports Access
VaHomeschoolers Government Affairs Director Amy Wilson writes in support of homeschoolers access to public school sports in this “Point/Counterpoint” series hosted by The Roanoke Times.
Former VaHomeschoolers Board member Jeanne Faulconer and her son Nick are featured in a multi-page article discussing how the ban on homeschoolers playing public school sports in Virginia affects on their family. Also covers the sports access issue from a national level.
Senate Committee Votes Down Homeschool Sports Access Bill