Where to find ALL education laws for the US?

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    Hi, I'm new to politics and definitely don't know much about US education law. Are there other sources besides the Department of Education's website that I should know about?
     
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    Whoa, thanks a lot! (if I can decipher it) Do you know if the ED website has any legal info that wouldn't be in there?
     
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    With rare exception all laws of the United States of America can be found in the U.S. Code.
     
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    Great. Now I have a lot of reading to do, and it's not for a grade...
     
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    Excited about reading? I'm guessing you're not a member of the Tea Party.
     
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    That's a five yard penalty and a swift kick in the ass for gratuitous, unsolicited, partisan bullshitting unrelated to the topic of the thread.
     
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    I'm not even registered to vote. I like reading, but I don't have any political views besides religion-related stuff.
     
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    U.S. Code Title 20 is well and good for federal law, but I found some federal regulations about education on the GPO Access website. I don't know if these are the only two categories.
     
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    Or zeno could be an occupier with plenty of time to read, rape, poop, and disrupt the lives of decent people.

    On the subject of the OP, education is or should be a local function so I recommend clicking on the DOE website of various states.
     

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