Tebow Bill Clears State House

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January 31, 2013

7:24 PM

The Virginia House of Delegates cleared a piece of legislation that would allow home-schooled students to participate in public school athletics. The bill is nicknamed the “The Tebow Bill,” alluding to NFL player Tim Tebow who was homeschooled but allowed to play on a public high school team. Critics argue that home-schooled students would not be subject to the same academic requirements and participation rules, which would be unfair to other student athletes.

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