Steven Goforth says he spent $140 on clothes and tickets to the Citrus High School homecoming dance. His friend Samantha Kelley, who invited him, is a student at the Inverness, Florida, school. But the night before the dance, Samantha's mother got a call from school officials saying Goforth couldn't attend the dance At the time, the school didn't say why, but now district officials say it was because Goforth is being homeschooled. Goforth's parents want to know why children who attend other schools were allowed to attend the dance but not their son.
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