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EDUCATION CODE
SECTION 48450-48454



48450.  Each parent, guardian, or other person having control or
charge of any minor required to attend special continuation education
classes, shall compel the attendance of the minor upon the classes.
He shall retain a copy of the permit to work and shall present it
upon request of any officer of the law, or other person authorized to
enforce the provisions of this chapter.



48451.  The governing board of any high school district in which a
minor resides who violates the provisions of this chapter shall, on
the complaint of any person, make full and impartial investigation of
all charges against any parent, guardian, or other person having
control or charge of the minor for violation of the provisions of
Section 48450.



48452.  If it appears upon the investigation that any parent,
guardian, or other person having control or charge of the minor has
violated the provisions of Section 48450, the clerk of the board, or
other person authorized by the board to bring such actions, shall
make and file in the proper court a criminal complaint against the
parent, guardian, or other person having control or charge of the
minor, charging the violation, and shall see that the charge is
prosecuted by the proper authorities.



48453.  In cities, and in cities and counties, and in school
districts having an attendance supervisor, the attendance supervisor
shall make and file the complaint provided for in this article, and
shall see that the charge is prosecuted by the proper authorities.




48454.  Any parent, guardian, or other person having control or
charge of any minor subject to this chapter who fails to perform any
of the duties imposed upon him by the provisions of Section 48450 is
guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be punished as follows:
   (1) Upon a first conviction, by a fine of not more than fifty
dollars ($50) or by imprisonment in the county jail for a period of
not more than five days.
   (2) Upon a second or subsequent conviction, by a fine of not less
than fifty dollars ($50) or more than five hundred dollars ($500), by
imprisonment in the county jail for a period of not less than five
days or more than 25 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.