HB 158 Access to public school libraries by home-schooled students.
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Summary as introduced:
Access to public school libraries by home-schooled students. Requires school boards to adopt policies, consistent with their constitutional and statutory responsibilities for providing public education, to provide access to public school libraries for students residing in the school division who receive home instruction. The policies shall require that (i) daily access of a minimum of two consecutive hours during the regular school year be provided on a grade-appropriate basis; (ii) the home-school student reside in the attendance zone for the school whose library he desires to use; and (iii) that the parent of the home-school student submit evidence of residence and compliance with 22.1-254.1. In addition, such policies shall establish procedures for compliance by such students with all relevant public school policies during library use and address the use of volunteers to help ensure the maintenance of order and effective library operations.

Full text:
01/09/02  House: Presented & ordered printed, prefiled 12/28/01 025979822  pdf

Status:
01/09/02  House: Presented & ordered printed, prefiled 12/28/01 025979822
01/09/02  House: Referred to Committee on Education
01/30/02  House: Stricken from docket by Education (22-Y 0-N)