Home-Schooled Kids Playing On Public School Sports Teams? Tim Tebow Says Yes
There's a new bill that has the preliminary approval of the Virginia House of Delegates, which would allow home-schooled students a chance to play on public school sports teams.
The Tebow Bill is named after home-schooled Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, who thinks these kids should have a chance to play sports, while others say it wouldn't be fair.
People against the bill argue that home-schooled children don't follow the same schedule as students in public schools. Supporters argue that the parents of home-schooled students pay taxes which support public schools so they think those kids should have a right to play sports.
A final vote is expected today. Do you think home-schooled children should be able to play on public school sports teams?