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If you sue a private school, you typically need to file within four years from the injurys date, as stated in Florida Statutes 95.11. But if you file a claim against a public school, you generally must do so within three years like with other government entities.
Starting a private school in California can be as simple as getting six or more students together with a common educational goal and filing the private school affidavit with the State of California, which is the only legal requirement.
Generally, the local school board or the school districts superintendents office investigates these types of complaints. Additionally, discrimination complaints may be filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Additional information about the EEOC may be found at .
Yes. While the vast majority of EC sections apply only to public schools, certain sections do apply to private education and private schools. Selected EC sections that pertain to private schools are listed below and on the CDE Selected California Education Codes web page.
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Children who attend public schools are entitled to a free appropriate education and an IEP, and they receive funding from the federal government. Private schools do not receive this funding and are not required to provide a free appropriate education or an IEP.
Best California Private Schools (2023) For the 2023 school year, there are 3,866 private schools serving 669,295 students in California (there are 10,295 public schools, serving 5,953,797 students). 10% of all K-12 students in California are educated in private schools (compared to the national average of 10%).
The State Department of Education (DOE) has the responsibility and authority to write rules for public and private schools in Florida and the Department of Health has inspection authority to apply the DOE standards, per section 381.006(16), Florida Statutes.

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