Tighter monitoring of home-school students rejected
Thankfully, common sense prevailed in South Dakota. Some people cannot stand the fact that good things can happen without government oversight.
PIERRE – A move to tighten state control over the testing of home-schooled students was rejected by a South Dakota Senate committee Thursday after critics said the measure is not needed.
”We’ve got a bill generated to fix a problem that has not been documented to exist,” said Sen. Eric Bogue, R-Faith. Read more…