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Senate Bill 257: Raises Compulsory Attendance Age
Currently, students can leave school at 16 with parent and school approval. This bill raises the age of this option to 17. In addition, this bill allows the court to enter into a voluntary agreement for court assisted resolution of school suspension and expulsion cases. The bill also raises the compulsory attendance age from 18 to 19.
|01/06/2005||S Authored by Senator Kenley|
|01/06/2005||S First reading: referred to Committee on Education and Career Development|
|02/24/2005||S Died in Committee|
No action requested at this time.
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