‘Tebow Law' Opens Public School Sports To Home-Schooled Students
Posted: June 2, 2013 at 5 a.m.
Teens who go to school at home can attend extracurricular activities in a public school, according to a new state law.
At A Glance
What is Act 1469?
Act 1469 opens participation in public school sports to home-schooled students. Students must participate in their resident school district, adhere to district criteria for participation and notify the principal at their school.
Source: Staff Report
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