My child's intradistrict permit was revoked in May 2013 and he was instructed to return to his home school. We moved into another school district, obtained an interdistrict permit and I reenrolled him into the school that his permit was revoked from. Now they're trying to kick him out of school because of the permit revocation in May, is this legal?
1 Answer from Attorneys
It is impossible to answer your question. Unless you know the basis for the rejection. The District may have a rationale for the revocation that continues to exist.
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