A measure that would allow Iowa's home schooled students to be taught driver's education at home hit a wall in the state legislature this week. Andrea Farrier is a lobbyist for the Iowa Home School Assistance Program, and teaches in Kalona. She says the bill was essentially killed when it got kicked from one committee to another in the House. Farrier says allowing students to be taught driver's-ed at home in other states has increased safety, and saved money.
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