Show-Me Sports For Homeschooling Students

Actually, this is a decent enough idea and offers us all a glimpse at the future of public education wherein parents can opt out of curriculum they don't like but still garner access for the resources which their tax dollars fund.

Here's a peek at the 2nd time around for this effort . . .

A bill to allow home-educated students to participate in Missouri public school activities is back for the upcoming legislative session — and has been coupled with provisions rolling back state oversight of homeschooling families.

Sen. Ben Brown, a Washington Republican, pre-filed a 52-page bill that largely resembles the version he sponsored that cleared the Senate last session.

While it initially was only two pages and focused on giving homeschool kids the opportunity to play sports and join clubs in public schools, it now would add a new category for home-educated students and rescind attendance officers’ authority over homeschool families.

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Missouri lawmaker's bill would open public school sports to homeschool students

Legislation filed by Sen. Ben Brown, a Republican from Washington, would also roll back state oversight. Democratic Sen. Maggie Nurrenbern of Kansas City said she is concerned about "simply not knowing which students are being homeschooled."