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1715.1 When is evidence of school attendance needed?
We require evidence of full-time school attendance (see §344) if a child age 18-19 is not under a disability.
1715.2 How is evidence of school attendance obtained?
We obtain the necessary information from the child. This information is verified by the school or schools involved.
Last Revised: March, 2001
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