Did lousia may alcott go to school?
her father taught her some
Louisa May Alcott was born in Germantown Pennsylvania, and she moved to Boston six years later. There, Alcott's father, Mr. Bronson Alcott, and educator and a transcendentalist, opened a school. When things at the school didn't go quite right, the Alcott family moved to Concord, MA (in 1838). Louisa's family moved often, due to her father's work. In 1843, her family and a few other families moved to a large farmland, which they called the…
No, not all children go to school, for many different reasons. Firstly, the parents might not be able to afford the costs of school. There may not be enough room for the child in a school, or supplies. If there is a teenage girl child, she may not be able to go if she's getting her period. Therefore no, not all children have the privelage of going to school.
You don't really need to go to high school to be an author. However, certain high school English classes may help you improve your skills, and sometimes you have a better chance at getting your work published if you are a high school graduate. There are lots of authors that didn't graduate high school, but it may help you if you do graduate.
Some families live in remote areas of interior miles away from the nearest town how do children who live in these areas get their education?
If i drop out of law school my second semester how long will i have to wait until i go back to law school?
It depends on their level and age. For example, most elementary school kids who are in gymnastics go to public school, because elementary school is not very stressful or time consuming, and they tend to be at a lower level because of their age. However, when you get into high school gymnasts, many competetive female gymnasts homeschool because they may train 6 - 8 hours a day. It is very hard to do that AND…