Generally no. But if you feel that you are being abused, there are organizations that can help. http://www.nmcsap.org/resources.html#8
Best of luck.
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It doesn't sound like an appropriate home environment... Is there a teacher or counselor to whom you could talk about it? A family member?
Dad has an obligation to foster your education by getting you to school (not interfering with it).