What to do if you have problems with your parents
If you have general problems with your parents (and not just because of the PC) you can go to the youth welfare office and get advice, for example about moving out.
Who is compulsory school?
Compulsory schooling in Germany is a legal regulation that obliges children, young people and adolescents to attend school from a certain age up to a certain age or until they have completed their school career.
What does compulsory education mean in Germany?
In Germany, every child has to go to school – until they are 18 years old. This means that all parents have to send their children to school. Compulsory schooling has existed in some parts of Germany for a very long time. The then Duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha first introduced it to Germany in 1642.
In which European countries is school not compulsory?
Austria and the Netherlands therefore do not have compulsory schooling, but rather an “obligation to teach”, which can also be met outside of a school building. In Ireland, Italy and Spain, “freedom of education” even has constitutional status.
In which countries are girls not allowed to go to school?
10 countries where it is hardest for girls to go to school:South Sudan.Central African Republic.Niger.Afghanistan.Chad.Mali.Guinea.Burkina Faso.
How many children in the world don’t go to school?
New UNESCO study published: 263 million children and young people worldwide do not go to school. 263 million children and young people worldwide do not go to school.
Where is the right to education not respected?
Marginalization and poverty In developing countries, but also in developed countries, children do not have access to education because of inequalities based on gender or health and cultural background (ethnic origin, language, religion).
Why is the right to education so important?
Children and their right to education. Education is a fundamental right. Everyone should have access to education and thus the opportunity for social development. The right to education is crucial for the economic, social and cultural development of all societies.
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