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Post Florida education laws - 04-10-2014, 10:00 PM

Does anyone know if: In the state of Florida. Can a parent legally withdrawl their child from a school, after the age of 16, against their child's will? Because.. That's what my parents did to me. And someone had told me it was illegal and that I should call someone because of it. Just want some feedback because I don't know if it is infact, illegal, or legal. Even after I looked it up and etc. Does anyone know?


  
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Default 04-11-2014, 01:20 AM

doubt they can do anything against your will. Its your choice if you want to continue education, if they can withdraw you without your consent then thats fucked.


  
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Default 04-11-2014, 01:49 AM

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Default 04-11-2014, 07:06 AM

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What part of, I already looked it up did you not understand..?


  
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Default 04-11-2014, 07:10 AM

are you still considered a minor in your state? if so then your right to decisions are limited, as you live under your parents supervision (just going about it logically, don't quote me pls)

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are you still considered a minor in your state? if so then your right to decisions are limited, as you live under your parents supervision (just going about it logically, don't quote me pls)
Yes, I'm only 17. In Florida, considered a minor until the age of 18.


  
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Default 04-11-2014, 07:16 AM

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Yes, I'm only 17. In Florida, considered a minor until the age of 18.
then it's probably not illegal, since you are a child and they are your parent(s). it's not like they're committing criminal behaviour
  
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then it's probably not illegal, since you are a child and they are your parent(s). it's not like they're committing criminal behaviour
Not that it's exactly criminal behavior. The ones who told me to call someone about it, said I should call DCF for child neglect.


  
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Not that it's exactly criminal behavior. The ones who told me to call someone about it, said I should call DCF for child neglect.
Neglect...? That would be some low, low, low form of neglect. Why don't you talk to them about it? You can always re-join education when you hit 18
  
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Default 04-11-2014, 07:23 AM

I live in Florida as well. I'm in a class for another couple of hours, but I'll do some research for you after I get home.

It just sounds weird because usually it's the student who wants to withdraw, and the parents always say no.

I'm sure it is legal, I'm just not sure why they would do it, unless they plan on putting you into another school.





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