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Under the Manitoba Public Schools Act, a student must attend school regularly until the age of eighteen.

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A student who is not of compulsory school age is required to attend regularly once he/she enrolls. A student who refuses to attend or is habitually absent from school is guilty of an offense under the Manitoba Public Schools Size: KB. Since Section is a civil rights law, its main purpose is to prevent discrimination against disabled students.

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