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Texas Education Code - EDUC § 26.010. Exemption from Instruction

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(a)?A parent is entitled to remove the parent's child temporarily from a class or other school activity that conflicts with the parent's religious or moral beliefs if the parent presents or delivers to the teacher of the parent's child a written statement authorizing the removal of the child from the class or other school activity. ?A parent is not entitled to remove the parent's child from a class or other school activity to avoid a test or to prevent the child from taking a subject for an entire semester.

(b)?This section does not exempt a child from satisfying grade level or graduation requirements in a manner acceptable to the school district and the agency.

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