The sports season of soccer is finished up in many public schools and State Impact Ohio‘s Amy Hansen reports on the transition of new homeschooling participation because of a new state policy.
Ohio’s Homeschooled Students Can Now Join Public School Sports Teams
Thanks to a provision in this year’s state budget, Ohio’s homeschooled and private-school students can now participate in sports and extracurricular activities at public schools in their local districts without restriction. Before this year, most, if not all districts required students to be enrolled in classes at the school. As StateImpact Ohio’s Amy Hansen reports, the change hasn’t been entirely seamless.