Utah Education Laws
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Public schools occupy a unique place in the law and often raise important constitutional issues, whether it's the freedom of press in the school newspaper or the constitutionality of school prayer. Welcome to FindLaw's section on the laws in Utah pertaining to education, with authoritative articles about the law written for non-attorneys. In this section, you'll learn about compulsory education laws that require children of a certain age range to attend school (which may include home school), Utah law pertaining to religious expression in the school, a summary of Utah law prohibiting corporal punishment, and the privacy of school records. Click on a link below to learn more about Utah education laws.
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