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The Top Ten Questions About Home Education
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   114th Congress 
S. 559--"Supporting Academic Freedom through Regulatory Relief Act"

H.R. 1153—“Asylum Reform and Border Protection Act of 2015”

H.R. 970—“Supporting Academic Freedom through Regulatory Relief Act”

S. 306—“Enhancing Education Opportunities for All Students Act”

H.R. 553—“Allowance of Home School Expenses for Coverdell ESAs”

H.R. 554—“Enhancing Educational Opportunities for All Students Act”

S. 101—“IRS Code Amendment to expand Coverdell ESAs”

S. 195—“Education Savings Account Act of 2015”

S. 100—“Home School Opportunities Make Education Sound Act of 2015”

H.R. 524—Local Control of Education Act

S. 182—“Learning Opportunities Created at Local Level Act”

S. 73—“Local Control of Education Act”

S. 1177—Every Child Achieves Act

H.R. 5—Student Success Act

HR 1507—“Investing in States to Achieve Tuition Equality for Dreamers Act of 2015”

H.Res. 145—“Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the Senate should ratify the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women” (CEDAW)

H.R. 495—“DIPLOMA Act”

S. 246--"Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children Act"

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