And this is (probably) a case where the courts have become involved through precedent. Having established parental rights the school doesn't want to tamper with, they are allowed to tamper with the child's rights. They cannot question what a parent "might" be doing without proper "evidence" but with enough "evidence" they can do whatever they wish to a child. I've seen this enough in the US. Recently.

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