Homeschooled students would be allowed to participate in sports and extracurricular activities in their local public schools under a bill that’s moving forward in the State Senate

Supporters say more than 20 other states already allow participation by homeschooled students in order to give them athletic and social opportunities. It’s called the Tim Tebow bill, after the Heisman-winning University of Florida quarterback who used such provisions to play sports while he was homeschooled. Critics have districts should not be put to the expense of providing activities for students whose parents have chosen homeschooling.

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