West Virginia homeschoolers know the law

West Virginia homeschoolers know the law

KEYSER — Two spokespersons for home schoolers in Mineral County have challenged Superintendent Skip Hackworth to find the section in the state code that limits the number of public classes that home-schooled students may take to 50 percent or less of their school day.
“You have led us to believe that this is state law,” parent Bretta Spencer told him Monday, noting that she and other home schoolers have contacted the State Board of Education, the West Virginia Home School Association and their attorneys. Read more…

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