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What a massive misunderstanding of the word “Right”!

color of law

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The courts have ruled time and time again that the school stands in the place of the parent when the child is in their custody. If you don't want the school in charge of your child, then home school. You will have a little more control over your child.
 

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The courts have ruled time and time again that the school stands in the place of the parent when the child is in their custody. If you don't want the school in charge of your child, then home school. You will have a little more control over your child.
Or if you want your child to actually get a real education.

Personally I believe the worst thing a child can be subjected as far as education, developing character and behavior is a public education.
 

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Or if you want your child to actually get a real education.

Personally I believe the worst thing a child can be subjected as far as education, developing character and behavior is a public education.
Today's home schoolers have a lot of interaction with others. They are not your old home schoolers. But, I hear what you are say'n.
 
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