My husband been in special classes since he was 3 years old he's been in special Ed and me resources when I was in school just I haven't been in school in so long I forgot a lot about schooling if I learn again I can be able to do school work just been so long
There are no legal requirements for the parent's education to have a child. Child protection will only get involved if the nature of the parents' disability or disabilities keeps the parents from being able to provide the minimum necessary care for the child (food, shelter, medical and dental care, taking the child to school, etc.). It is illegal to discriminate against a person just because they have disability. If you have concerns about your ability to meet the minimum level of care for a child, you should contact a family law attorney in your state.
Disclaimer: This answer is for general purposes and does not establish an attorney client relationship. If you have a specific concern, contact an attorney licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction.
IQ does not determine ability to be a parent. If Child Protective Services is giving you a hard time, hire a family law attorney.
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