Not Quite The Same
- Jul 27, 2011
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It looks like what it says, is that the parents who are home-schooling their children don't have to be accountable. They don't have to submit paperwork that proves that they are actually teaching these kids? Seriously? Later on down in the document, it says that every 3 years, the child has to be tested, but you don't have to turn the test results in to the State. Please tell me that I am reading this incorrectly.GHEA - Georgia State Laws
#7 - According to the Attorney General of Georgia, the local superintendent does not the have the authority to require parents to affirmatively produce evidence of their continuing compliance with the law in the operation of home study programs or require the production of documents. Although the superintendent has the authority to "request" such materials, he cannot require parents to submit them. 1986 Op. Att'y. Gen. No. U86-19.