Here is the link to the Bartleby Project, by John Taylor Gatto, where children basically are COs and simply write "I prefer not to take your test" on the answer sheet. Then I guess the parent can turn in the test result of 0% as required by law.
As for as the law, 22 Pa. Admin. Code § 4.4(d)(5) states: (5) If upon inspection of State assessments parents or guardians find the assessment in conflict with their religious belief and wish their students to be excused from the assessment, the right of the parents or guardians will not be denied upon written request to the applicable school district superintendent, charter school chief executive officer or AVTS director.
I heard a mom named Michele Gray used this law for her public schooled children, so I don't see any reason why any family couldn't use it. Otherwise it would be discrimination, right?
What do you think? =)
Any help or information would be really appreciated!