BOE Considers Changes to How it Monitors Academic Progress of Home School Students

By Lon AndersonMoorefield Examiner

A proposed change concerning requirements for monitoring the academic progress of home school students in Hardy County was tabled by the Board of Education at its meeting on July 20. Board members Janet Clayton Rose and Dixie Bean both wanted more detailed information before voting on the issue.

The proposed policy involving home schools and private schools “is an update based upon state changes,” explained Superintendent . . .