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48222.  Children who are being instructed in a private full-time day
school by persons capable of teaching shall be exempted. Such school
shall, except under the circumstances described in Section 30, be
taught in the English language and shall offer instruction in the
several branches of study required to be taught in the public schools
of the state. The attendance of the pupils shall be kept by private
school authorities in a register, and the record of attendance shall
indicate clearly every absence of the pupil from school for a half
day or more during each day that school is maintained during the
year.
   Exemptions under this section shall be valid only after
verification by the attendance supervisor of the district, or other
person designated by the board of education, that the private school
has complied with the provisions of Section 33190 requiring the
annual filing by the owner or other head of a private school of an
affidavit or statement of prescribed information with the
Superintendent of Public Instruction. The verification required by
this section shall not be construed as an evaluation, recognition,
approval, or endorsement of any private school or course.

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