South Carolina Education Laws
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From our state-funded research universities and liberal arts colleges to our military and religious schools, and all the way down to our kindergartens, The Palmetto State has a large and diverse group of learning institutions. The state also has extensive education statutes that cover everything from whether you can pray in school to why children are required to go to school in the first place. Below you can find state-specific laws on schools and education, including attendance requirements, home schooling provisions, prohibitions on prayer in public schools, and restrictions on the disclosure of student records. Click on the links below for South Carolina's education laws.
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