Illegal dating ages michigan
Mandatory reporting: Michigan’s Child Protection Law requires almost all officials, i.e.teachers, health care workers, etc., to report to Family Independence Agency (FIA) “the pregnancy of a child less than 12 years of age or the presence of a venereal disease in a child who is over 1 month of age but less than 12 years of age.” This is reason to suspect child abuse and neglect (MCL 722.623).(i) Provide instruction on healthy dating relationships and on how to set limits and recognize a dangerous environment.(j) Provide information for pupils about how young parents can learn more about adoption services and about the provisions of the safe delivery of newborns law, chapter XII of the probate code of 1939, 1939 PA 288, MCL 712.1 to 712.20.(d) Advise pupils of the laws pertaining to their responsibility as parents to children born in and out of wedlock.
Hunting: A minor must be accompanied by someone 17 years of age or older (MCLA 324.43517).
Abstinence education: There are state and federal guidelines for children from 9-17 years of age to participate in abstinence programs (PA 114 of 1999, section 1106a).
Pregnant students: A person who has not completed high school may not be expelled or excluded from a public school because of being pregnant (MCLA 380.1301 and R340.1121 of the Michigan Administrative Code).
(h) Teach that the pupil has the power to control personal behavior.
Pupils shall be taught to base their actions on reasoning, self-discipline, a sense of responsibility, self-control, and ethical considerations such as respect for self and others.
(f) Teach pupils how to say “no” to sexual advances and that it is wrong to take advantage of, harass, or exploit another person sexually.