Kære (lærere og inspektør og/eller pædagoger og leder) Ikke-samtykke-erklæring: Hermed fremsendes undertegnedes ikke-samtykke-erklæring ifm. alle former for tests, vurderinger, undersøgelser, målinger, prøver o.l. omhandlende mit barns (/mine børns) data. Undertegnede anmoder hermed udtrykkeligt om, at mit barn (/mine børn) ikke bliver presset (/pressede) på nogen som helst tænkelig måde, idet undertegnede gør indsigelse mod alle påståede "obligatoriske" dele af enhver form for undersøgelse - hvorfor mit barn (/mine børn) ikke må deltage i dem eller lignende. Undertegnede anmoder yderligere om kvittering for modtagelse af denne skrivelse indenfor 14 dage. Fortsat god dag. Mvh. (Navn)

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