“These might seem like relatively benign requirements… [but] they could open the door for a broader range of requirements,” claimed one homeschooling parent.  This fear of regulations on homeschooling far outweighed the benefit of the possible $1000–$5000 that a family might seek under this bill.

Beth Lowry, representing Homeschooling Wyoming, agreed, fearing that the plan would blur the distinction between private and public education.

Tate Mullen, speaking for the Wyoming Education Association, expressed his concern that pre-K education providers might offer day care services, not what is expected for pre-K education centers.

Homeschooling parents testify against HB166, the “savings account” bill

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