Colorado Education Laws
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Education is such an important part of every child's life, that it's no wonder that Colorado has a number of laws on the books protecting the rights of students. Colorado's education laws cover a wide range of issues, including the privacy of school records, prayer in public schools, corporal punishment in schools, and compulsory education. Whether you're a student or a parent of a student, learning more about the state's education laws can better help you protect your rights. FindLaw's Colorado Education Laws section is a great place to start, with articles explaining the Rocky Mountain State's stance on a number of key issues of education law. Click on one of the links below to learn more.
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