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Most countries have compulsory education, which means that they have a set amount of time a student is required to be educated. The United States, Europe, Australia, China, and Canada are just a few examples of the countries that practice compulsory education.
education is compulsory in France from 6 - 16
Compulsory education is a requirement under law that children be provided be educated for some period of time. There is a link below to an article on compulsory education.
Education is compulsory in the UK.There is a compulsory curfew tonight due to the riots.The drug test is compulsory, refusal will mean employment termination.
There are 12 years of compulsory education in Chile, from 6 to 18 y.o.
Edmund James King has written: 'Society, schools and progress in the U.S.A. by Edmund J. King' -- subject- s -: Education, Educational sociology, United States 'Education and Development in Western Europe - Addison-Wesley Series in Comparative and International Educa -' 'Post-compulsory education' -- subject- s -: Higher Education, Post compulsory education, Post-compulsory education, Vocational education 'World perspectives in education' -- subject- s -: Education 'Education and social change' -- subject- s -: Education, Educational sociology 'Post-compulsory education II' -- subject- s -: Higher Education, Post compulsory education, Vocational education 'The education of teachers' -- subject- s -: Comparative education, Teachers, Training of 'Communist education' 'Post Compulsory Education Ii H the Way Ahead - SSSEC -'
M. Fourie has written: 'Compulsory education with special reference to Africa' -- subject(s): Compulsory Education
Education in Italy is compulsory from 6 to 15/16 years of age.