ME LD 1234 An Act To Amend Maine's Truancy Laws by Specifying Penalties for Noncompliance

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ME LD 1234 An Act To Amend Maine's Truancy Laws by Specifying Penalties for Noncompliance
Sponsors:
Representative Karen Gerrish
Summary:

This bill would expand the compulsory attendance age from ages 7-17 to 6-18. The bill would also allow a superintendent to inform DHS that a student is a victim of abuse or neglect based on the parents failure to ensure compulsory attendance compliance.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.
Action Requested:

Thanks to your calls and emails, this bill is now dead!

Call Now to Stop Compulsory Attendance Expansion Elert from Atty. Scott Woodruff

Status:

This bill is dead.

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