your parent goes to jail.
In the UK education can be by attendance at school "or otherwise". It is perfectly legal for children to be educated at home. The parent/guardian has to inform the LEA (Local Education Authority) that the child is being home educated, and the LEA has a duty/right to ensure that the child is receiving an education suited to their abilities and needs. If the LEA believes that the child's educational needs are being met (normally a school inspector will visit the home to check), the family will be left to continue.
Legal action which could result in the parent going to jail occurs in two situations:-
There is a self-help organisation called Education Otherwise for parents who wish to home educate.
Note: under the 1944 Education Act it is not legally necessary for children to attend school. It is legally required that they are educated, and in a manner suitable to their age, aptitude and ability. There is no legal requirement for parents to have teaching qualifications (or any qualifications whatsoever) in order to do this.
In UK law, parents have the primary right to decide how their children should be educated, and brought up. The LEA and Social Services have powers (and a duty) to intervene in extreme situatuions, in which they believe a child is being harmed or exploited. Children have no legal right to make decisions about their own education, and may or may not be consoled by the fact that the parties who do have these rights are tasked with acting in the child's best interests.
Children won't know anything at all
If your parents don't care about their children very much, like saying "Go to school or not, I don't care", then you will receive warnings from truancy officers. Failure to comply to these warnings and, well, in the UK's case, your Parents will go to jail.
However, if your parents do care, I woulden't know what happens. You'll probably just have a hard time every day.
It is essential for children to go to school. It is a basic right and an important part of any child's life which cannot be ignored. School provides the correct Education and Environment for a child to be a positive minded, good and strong human being in this society so that they can be responsible humans in there future life.
they go on their periods which makes then able to have children.
Most slave children were not able to go school, as they didn't need an education to work fields and machines, and school consumed a good portion of the day. If twins were born in secret, they would be able to alternate between working and going to school, teaching each other whatever the other missed.No, slave children did not go to school.
Alot of children were not able to go to school and they had to watch their friends and family's die
No. Children spend most hours of their day at school, and afterwards have many hours of homework. If school days were to be longer, homework should be banished allowing children to be able to socialise
Maria and her husband might not be able to retire soon as they would like.
being able to hit the children
It really depends on the child. Some children need the one on one attention to be able to learn. Others would rather the social interactions that school provides. Most children say they would rather stay at home, but they don't realize that they will have to actually work on their schooling while they are at home.
most, if not all, children during the 1700's did not go to school if they came from a poor family, only rich kids were able to go to school.
Yes in schools it is the LAW that those children are allowed to got to school
If Children Were Lucky They Would Be Able To Go To School, Some Of The Other Kids Would Have To Stay Home And Help Around With the Village Such As Get Water. But It Was Just A House But Bigger Made Out Of mud And Hay. You Wouldent get A Good Ed. but You Would Learn Something
Very few children are able to go to school and girls have a hard time attending school if there is one.
If you were in a day school, you would go home at the end of the school day, as now.