Money Over Homeschoolers Jaila Remillard

Homeschooled children are prevented from playing public school sports over nickles and dimes.

The money issue is smaller than it is made out to be.

Budgets are already set at the beginning of the school year.

Teams have athlete-led fundraisers for anything outside of the budget.

The amount it cost for a student to attend the school AND play sports there, is more than a student who is just playing sports.

Twenty-Nine states have already recognized the cost difference, and have passed laws allowing homeschooled students to participate in public school athletics.

The twenty-one remaining states should realize money is not the issue, and pass the laws for homeschooled athletes.

You cannot tell who is homeschooled while in uniform.

Let them play.

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