I-13.3 - Education Act

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15. The following students are exempt from compulsory school attendance:
(1)  a student excused by the school board by reason of illness or for the purpose of receiving medical treatment or care required by his state of health;
(2)  a student excused by the school board, at the request of his parents and after consultation with the advisory committee on services for handicapped students and students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities established under section 185, by reason of a physical or mental handicap which prevents him from attending school;
(3)  a student expelled from school by the school board pursuant to section 242;
(4)  a student who receives home schooling and benefits from an educational experience which, according to an evaluation made by or for the school board, are equivalent to what is provided at school.
A child is excused from attending public school if he attends a private educational institution governed by the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1) or an institution whose instructional program is the subject of an international agreement within the meaning of the Act respecting the Ministère des Relations internationales (chapter M-25.1.1) which provides all or part of the educational services provided for by this Act.
A child is also excused from attending public school if the child attends a vocational training centre or receives instruction in an enterprise that meets the conditions determined by the Minister in a regulation under paragraph 7 of section 111 of the Act respecting private education.
In addition, the school board may exempt one of its students, at the request of his parents, from compulsory school attendance for one or more periods totalling not more than six weeks in any school year, to allow him to carry out urgent work.
1988, c. 84, s. 15; 1990, c. 8, s. 3; 1990, c. 78, s. 27; 1992, c. 68, s. 143; 1994, c. 15, s. 33; 1996, c. 21, s. 70; 1997, c. 96, s. 9.
15. The following students are exempt from compulsory school attendance:
(1)  a student excused by the school board by reason of illness or for the purpose of receiving medical treatment or care required by his state of health;
(2)  a student excused by the school board, at the request of his parents and after consultation with the advisory committee on services for handicapped students and students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities established under section 185, by reason of a physical or mental handicap which prevents him from attending school;
(3)  a student expelled from school by the school board pursuant to section 242;
(4)  a student who receives home schooling and benefits from an educational experience which, according to an evaluation made by or for the school board, are equivalent to what is provided at school.
A child is excused from attending public school if he attends a private educational institution governed by the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1) or an institution whose instructional program is the subject of an international agreement within the meaning of the Act respecting the Ministère des Relations internationales (chapter M-25.1.1) which provides all or part of the educational services provided for by this Act.
In addition, the school board may exempt one of its students, at the request of his parents, from compulsory school attendance for one or more periods totalling not more than six weeks in any school year, to allow him to carry out urgent work.
1988, c. 84, s. 15; 1990, c. 8, s. 3; 1990, c. 78, s. 27; 1992, c. 68, s. 143; 1994, c. 15, s. 33; 1996, c. 21, s. 70.
15. The following students are exempt from compulsory school attendance:
(1)  a student excused by the school board by reason of illness or for the purpose of receiving medical treatment or care required by his state of health;
(2)  a student excused by the school board, at the request of his parents and after consultation with the advisory committee on services for handicapped students and students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities established under section 185, by reason of a physical or mental handicap which prevents him from attending school;
(3)  a student expelled from school by the school board pursuant to section 242;
(4)  a student who receives home schooling and benefits from an educational experience which, according to an evaluation made by or for the school board, are equivalent to what is provided at school.
A child is excused from attending public school if he attends a private educational institution governed by the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1) or an institution whose instructional program is the subject of an international agreement within the meaning of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires internationales, de l’Immigration et des Communautés culturelles (chapter M-21.1) which provides all or part of the educational services provided for by this Act.
In addition, the school board may exempt one of its students, at the request of his parents, from compulsory school attendance for one or more periods totalling not more than six weeks in any school year, to allow him to carry out urgent work.
1988, c. 84, s. 15; 1990, c. 8, s. 3; 1990, c. 78, s. 27; 1992, c. 68, s. 143; 1994, c. 15, s. 33.
15. The following students are exempt from compulsory school attendance:
(1)  a student excused by the school board by reason of illness or for the purpose of receiving medical treatment or care required by his state of health;
(2)  a student excused by the school board, at the request of his parents and after consultation with the advisory committee on services for handicapped students and students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities established under section 185, by reason of a physical or mental handicap which prevents him from attending school;
(3)  a student expelled from school by the school board pursuant to section 242;
(4)  a student who receives home schooling and benefits from an educational experience which, according to an evaluation made by or for the school board, are equivalent to what is provided at school.
A child is excused from attending public school if he attends a private educational institution governed by the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1) or an institution whose instructional program is the subject of an international agreement within the meaning of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires internationales (chapter M-21.1) which provides all or part of the educational services provided for by this Act.
In addition, the school board may exempt one of its students, at the request of his parents, from compulsory school attendance for one or more periods totalling not more than six weeks in any school year, to allow him to carry out urgent work.
1988, c. 84, s. 15; 1990, c. 8, s. 3; 1990, c. 78, s. 27; 1992, c. 68, s. 143.
15. The following students are exempt from compulsory school attendance:
(1)  a student excused by the school board by reason of illness or for the purpose of receiving medical treatment or care required by his state of health;
(2)  a student excused by the school board, at the request of his parents and after consultation with the advisory committee on services for handicapped students and students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities established under section 185, by reason of a physical or mental handicap which prevents him from attending school;
(3)  a student expelled from school by the school board pursuant to section 242;
(4)  a student who receives home schooling and benefits from an educational experience which, according to an evaluation made by or for the school board, are equivalent to what is provided at school.
A child is excused from attending public school if he attends a private educational institution within the meaning of the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9) or an institution whose instructional program is the subject of an international agreement within the meaning of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires internationales (chapter M-21.1) which provides all or part of the educational services provided for by this Act.
In addition, the school board may exempt one of its students, at the request of his parents, from compulsory school attendance for one or more periods totalling not more than six weeks in any school year, to allow him to carry out urgent work.
1988, c. 84, s. 15; 1990, c. 8, s. 3; 1990, c. 78, s. 27.
15. The following students are exempt from compulsory school attendance:
(1)  a student excused by the school board by reason of illness or for the purpose of receiving medical treatment or care required by his state of health;
(2)  a student excused by the school board, at the request of his parents and after consultation with the advisory committee on services for handicapped students and students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities established under section 185, by reason of a physical or mental handicap which prevents him from attending school;
(3)  a student expelled from school by the school board pursuant to section 242;
(4)  a student who is provided, at home, instruction and a learning experience which, according to an evaluation made by or for the school board, are equivalent to what is provided at school.
A child is excused from attending public school if he attends a private educational institution within the meaning of the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9) or an institution whose instructional program is the subject of an international agreement within the meaning of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires internationales (chapter M-21.1) which provides all or part of the educational services provided for by this Act.
In addition, the school board may exempt one of its students, at the request of his parents, from compulsory school attendance for one or more periods totalling not more than six weeks in any school year, to allow him to carry out urgent work.
1988, c. 84, s. 15; 1990, c. 8, s. 3.
15. The following students are exempt from compulsory school attendance:
(1)  a student excused by the school board by reason of illness or for the purpose of receiving medical treatment or care required by his state of health;
(2)  a student excused by the school board, at the request of his parents and after consultation with the advisory committee on services for handicapped students and students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities established under section 185, by reason of a physical or mental handicap which prevents him from attending school;
(3)  a student expelled from school by the school board pursuant to section 242;
(4)  a student who is provided, at home, instruction and a learning experience which, according to an evaluation made by or for the school board, are equivalent to what is provided at school.
A child is excused from attending public school if he attends a private educational institution within the meaning of the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9) or an institution whose instructional program is the subject of an international agreement within the meaning of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires internationales (chapter M-21.1) which provides all or part of the educational services provided for by this Act.
1988, c. 84, s. 15.