Nebraska Education Laws
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Education is regulated through a combination of federal and state laws, some of which come into conflict with one another at times; for instance, some states have laws on the books allowing teachers to lead public school students in prayer, which is unconstitutional. Welcome to FindLaw's section covering the education laws of Nebraska, with legalese-free descriptions of laws affecting educators, students, and others. You'll find information about state compulsory education laws, which require children of a certain age range to attend school; corporal punishment, which is prohibited in Nebraska; and school prayer. Click on a link below to learn more about Nebraska education laws.
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