From Homeschooling News and Legislation in IowaÂ (links at the site)Â :
- House File 741 and House Study Bill 20 – â€œThe bill allows a parent, guardian, or legal custodian who is providing competent private instruction to a student to teach the student driver education, provided the person has a valid driver’s license that permits unaccompanied driving and has a clear driving record for the previous two years.â€
House File 2065 and House Study Bill 119 – "This bill raises the compulsory school attendance age from 16 to 18 years of age effective July 1, 2007."
House File 740 – "An Act…providing for the confidentiality of records regarding a child receiving competent private instruction…" (see section 17)
House Study Bill 122 and Senate Study Bill 1164 â€“ â€œThe bill makes a conforming change [to 299.4] to require that competent private instruction reports must be submitted by September 15, rather than by the earliest school start date.â€
Senate File 59 – â€œThis bill strikes a requirement from the Code chapter governing competent private instruction (i.e., homeschooling) which requires that a teacher who provides competent private instruction possess a license that is appropriate to the ages and grade levels of the children to be taught.â€
Senate Study Bill 1067 – â€œThis bill raises the compulsory school attendance age from 16 to 18 years of age.â€