I read thus the first thousand times you said it, there is no compulsory action mandating children attend public school. Your claim was false the first time you said it, that has not changed.compulsory education......note the word "compulsory"
all countries aren't controlled by the rights we enjoy here. I can't effect other countries and theirviewson education. So I am not interested in what happens in other countries.Some kind of education is compulsory to all people in most countries, but different localities vary in how many years or grades of education they require. Due to population growth and the proliferation of compulsory education, UNESCO calculated in 2006 that over the subsequent 30 years more people would receive formal education than in all prior human history. It is possible in many countries for parents to provide education for children by homeschooling, although this is often monitored for adherence to national standards.
That had nothing to do what so ever with the option to opt out of public school. So thus didn't have anything to do with the conversation.United States about 6-17 Varies by state. Beginning age varies 5-8, ending age varies 15-18. Some states allow early leave with parental approval.