Educators in Alabama argue that a bill allowing home-schooled students to participate in public school athletics will destroy the high school athletic system.
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April 26, 2013
April 10, 2013
Girls and boys will will have the opportunity to golf at Augusta National Golf Club beginning next year.
April 03, 2013
North Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas are all considering bills that would allow homeschooled student-athletes to participate in public school sports.
March 06, 2013
"Tebow bills" allowing homeschooled athletes to play on public school teams have been introduced in Tennessee and North Carolina.
February 14, 2013
A bill that would have allowed homeschooled high school athletes to take part in public school sports fell a vote shy.
August 17, 2012
A 12-year-old boy in Mesquite, Texas, has been prohibited from participating in a Pee Wee football league because he's been deemed too large.
August 03, 2012
Starting with the 2013-14 school year, Arkansas homeschooled students in grades seven through 12 will be allowed to participate in public school extracurricular activities under a new rule approved this week by the Arkansas Activities Association.
May 31, 2012
An overwhelming majority of members schools in the Michigan High School Athletic Association voted to approve a change to the organization's constitution which will allow their student-athlete age limit to be waived under extremely limited circumstances.
May 17, 2012
Public schools in New York City and the District of Columbia began offering flag football as a varsity sport to female student-athletes this spring, following in the footsteps of a growing number of other districts across the United States.
May 10, 2012
The Michigan High School Athletic Association is allowing member schools to vote on on changing the constitution to allow for flexibility with the maximum age requirement, under "narrowly defined circumstances."