Progress reports proposed for West Virginia home-schooled children

WAYNE — Wayne County Board of Education members discussed Tuesday making progress reports for home-schooled children part of a school board policy.

Of 188 students who are home-schooled in the county, 119 have failed to comply with state law by not reporting to the school board, said Carl Steele, Wayne County attendance director, in a report to the board.

Home-school instructors are required to submit either test scores or set up a portfolio with the board of education by June 30 of each year, he said. Read more…

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