State Policy Network
Are learning pods legal in your state? A look at which states want to limit parent choices

Nineteen states have or are currently considering legislation or regulations that would further restrict learning pods. The restrictions range from annoying to prohibitive—but each additional regulation limits parents’ ability to educate their children as they see fit. Lawmakers must ensure that these burdensome requirements do not encroach on their states, or parents’ ability to easily and freely educate their children.

Some states require permission from the government to form learning pods:

Others have specific rules on how learning pods may operate:

And some states require learning pods to be classified as private schools:

States considering further restrictions on learning pods:

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Categories: News
Policy Issues: K-12 Education
Organization: State Policy Network