Oregon Compulsory Education Laws
|Code Section||339.005, et seq.|
|Age at Which School Attendance is Required||Between 7 and 18|
|Exceptions to Attendance Requirements||Child has completed 12th grade; attending private school; proof of equivalent knowledge of subjects through 12th grade; children taught by parent or private teacher; over 16 and lawfully employed; child is emancipated; child is employed|
|Home School Provisions||Give notice to superintendent and notice must be acknowledged by him; annual examination given and results submitted to superintendent; if insufficient score, student may be ordered to attend public school|
|Penalties on Parents for Noncompliance||Written notice to parent given; upon noncompliance, district superintendent notified|
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