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Did all children go to school in slavery?
Over 120 million children in Africa don't go to school.
Yes they do and the majority of children that do are quite intelligent. schools in Thailand are very strict and good for a child's learning skills and there ability of inte…lligence. thank you for reading my answer :)
No, not all children go to school, for many different reasons. Firstly, the parents might not be able to afford the costs of school. There may not be enough room fo…r the child in a school, or supplies. If there is a teenage girl child, she may not be able to go if she's getting her period. Therefore no, not all children have the privelage of going to school.
1.To learn how to understand how the system work's and the world: 2.To learn how to be the best writer: 3.To be the best artist, historic…al, mathmatical, science, architecture, construction, engineer, healthest, trainer: 4.When you are 21 or 18 you are to choose one of these subjects that you learn as your future job 5.You need to be babysit and trained to be prepared for the world when you leave your parents or sliblings home or parents sliblings or their parents home Source:Knowledge By:Eliesyn Velez Wednesday April 17th, 2013
No, not all children in Africa go to school sadly.
Yes, they do. 99.81% go to primary school at 7, and drop-outs 0.4% in primary school level. 97.34% go to secondary. drop out 1.87%. It is a must to go to school at …school age. http://number.cnki.net/show_result.aspx?searchword=%E4%B8%AD%E5%9B%BD+%E5%AD%A6%E9%BE%84%E5%84%BF%E7%AB%A5%E5%85%A5%E5%AD%A6%E7%8E%87
yes they do go to school in america by justy
Unfortunately, no. Of all Mexican children, approximately 97% attend primary school, meaning 3% of all children never get any education at all.
Some do, but for a lot of them it means walking several miles every morning to a different village that has a school.
some did the rich ones did but the poor ones didn't!
Yes the do go to school around the age we do but they end when they are 16.
actually 96.5 children in india go to school not everyone some people are to poor.
In World War 1
Answer Kids continued to attend school during World War 1. In countries that had compulsory education before the war, nearly all kids continued to go to school. In man…y countries education was compulsory only up to age 14 or in some cases, only 13. In some European countries there were educational reforms in the aftermath of the war.
Yes. Most countries require by law a child between the ages of 6 and 16 (sometimes from age 5 and/or to age 15) to attend either formal education or a recognised substitute - …homeschooling, vocational training, etc. Once beyond this age, the child may choose to drop out of school of their own free will; some allowances exist for them to drop out 1 or 2 years early with parental consent in some jurisdictions.