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Can you leave your parents home in Wisconsin at 17 if you are educationally neglected in homeschooling and they refuse to put you in public school?

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That sounds like a question for HSLDA. Since you're a teen, why don't you take the bull by the horns and homeschool yourself? We found this book very helpful: "The Teenage Liberation Handbook". Get it from your local library and read it. Stay at home where you belong unless you're being abused. Good for them that they refuse to put you in the public school. For more encouragement see: http://www.homeschool-rewards.com

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