Mississippi Education Laws
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Education is so universal to life in America -- and in fact, it's required for children in a certain age range -- that it has prompted its own laws and regulations in both state and federal law. Welcome to FindLaw's Mississippi Education Laws section, covering some of the most important legal topics for students and parents alike, including federal and state laws pertaining to the safekeeping of students' records as well as state law requiring children to attend formal schooling for a certain period of time. In addition, you'll find information about the controversial use of corporal punishment in the classroom and how state laws with regard to school prayer are kept in check by the First Amendment's Establishment Clause. Click on a link below to learn more about Mississippi's education laws.
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