According to the Quad City Times the compromise that divvies up money for Iowa’s public school Home School Assistance Programs works out well for all involved:
An amendment attached to Senate File 2288 narrows some of the uses of taxpayer dollars for home-school assistance programs, while providing for certain clerical and office support, resource materials such as computer hardware and software and transportation for education-related field trips.
Sen. Becky Schmitz, D-Fairfield, one of the architects of the compromise, said the intended outcome would be continued quality programs for families enrolled in a public school Home School Assistance Program.
Kalona resident and home-school teacher Andrea Farrier said negotiations appeared to arrive at “a workable compromise.”
“It’s not perfect, but it definitely will help,” said Farrier, a lobbyist for the Iowa Home School Assistance Program Professionals.
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