Feedback at 5:00: Monitoring Michigan’s Homeschool System

Legislation in Lansing could change the way the homeschool system is monitored.

Michigan is one of 11 states that doesn’t require homeschooling parents register with the state.

They also aren’t required to have contact with any officials.

The bill would require visits with children at least twice a year by social workers or law enforcement.

And create a state registry for children.

But not every one agrees.

Those against say it could create unnecessary burdens on families.

For tonight’s Feedback at 5:00, we want to know if you think homeschooling should have more oversight.

And if so — what should it look like?

And if not — why not?