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Iowa truancy law relies on citizens to report homeschooling neighbors to authorities

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Iowa education officials passed a new rule that renders home-schooled students "subject to state truancy laws," but the policy can't be enforced unless average citizens report their neighbors to government authorities. Under the rule, public school districts can check up on home-schoolers. "The district has to make a good-faith attempt, they can ask for information,” Mike Cormack, policy...

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