Board of Education Rethinks Changing Rules For Monitoring Home Schoolers’ Progress

By Lon AndersonMoorefield Examiner

The Hardy County Board of Education, at its August 3 meeting, reversed direction on a proposed change to home schooling policy that it considered in July. At that meeting the Board had briefly discussed changing requirements for the annual monitoring of the academic progress for home school students in the County.

The requirement for how the progress for those students is tracked annually, as it turns . . .