Pennsylvania Bill would open teams, clubs to homeschoolers
The fields of dreams are off limits to a minority of Pennsylvania students.
Now, legislation could open those fields — as well as stages and track lanes — to students who refuse to attend public schools.
State lawmakers earlier this month introduced legislation that would require public schools to open their sports teams and extra-curricular activities to homeschooled students.
The legislation would amend a 1949 law and require the state’s 501 school districts to allow homeschooled children to take part in after-school activities such as sports, theatrical productions, clubs and musical ensembles. Read more…