Do all children have to go to primary school in Poland?
Yes. Primary schooling in Poland is compulsory.
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Yes, they have. Poles' children have to complete at least TWO schools: Primary School (6 grades) for kids at the age of 6. Secondary School (3 grades) for kids who complete all 6 grades of Primary School. Secondary School should also be called "High School (Tier 1)". Persons who complete its grades are not being forced to continue their education. Those who want to do so will become "High School (Tier 2)" Students.
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During 2015: From all children 6-14, 96% are enrolled in primary school (21.11 out of 21.99 million). From all older children and young adults in the 15-24 range, 44% attend secondary school, high school and college (9.2 out of 20.92 million). The total number of students in Mexico at any time would be 30.31 million out of 42.91 children and young adults who might be studying.
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.