What should you do if your child is bullied or punished for opting out of a standardized test?

As reported previously, South Carolina students were removed from their classrooms and asked by the principal to agree to take the test despite initial refusal. When the children again refused, they were sent to the school’s office and received a discipline referral marked “refusal to obey,” according to The Greenville News.

Brad Dacus, President of Pacific Justice Institute, told’s Joshua Cook that his organization helps families by educating them on their parental rights and offering free legal advice.

Dacus told Cook that Pacific Justice Institute will help parents for free if their child is being picked on, demeaned, or denies privileges for opting out of standardized tests.

Listen to the full interview above.

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