In the 1800's
/\ More Like the 1880's for the exact time. People want specific answers, not unspecifiable or vague answers.
attendance was compulsory, but not every child attended school
Compulsory school attendance laws are enacted by the individuals states. All states have such laws, and most states enacted these laws in the late 1800s to early 1900sMassachusetts was the first state to enact compulsory school attendance laws in 1852, and Alaska was the last "state" in 1929.It should be noted that compulsory school attendance laws were enacted while many of the states were still territories (i.e. before they gained actual statehood).
Yes, school attendance is compulsory in Germany until the age of 16.
All of them.
an increase in compulsory school-attendance laws
in Mexico, Canada, and US, I believe it is. I don't know if it is anywhere else.
Educ. §§3201, et seq. 6-16 in nys
Texas set the laws in 1915. School attendance is compulsory from age 6 to 18.
Massachusetts became the first state to pass compulsory school attendance laws, and by 1918, all states required children to receive an education.
Children had to attend school from the age of 5. The school leaving age was 14 until April 1947 when it was raised to 15.
Children were required to attend school back in the 1800's.Mississippi was the last state to enact a compulsory attendance law in 1917.
Though the answers weren't provided I found a question that has the following answers requiring a system of voter registration, four-year terms for elected officials, an appointive judiciary, and the repeal of compulsory school attendance laws. The answer is the repeal of compulsory school attendance laws.