Mississippi lawmakers are saying no to homeschooled students who want play sports in public schools. Senate Bill 2329 died Thursday when 17 senators voted for it and 31 voted against it. The bill said home-schooled students could play sports or do activities such as cheerleading or debate at a local public school.
UK parents continue to struggle to balance work and homeschooling under new lockdown.
There are nearly 4,000 fewer students enrolled in Rhode Island public schools this year.