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A few last words to our discussion:
I think our deeper disagreement lies in the question, how much power the State should have over it's citizen.
Obviously, there is no absolute answer to this question.
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MrWayne said: DrDoomz said: 2a) And you are partly right. Home schooling is entirely legal in the UK: (http://www.lawandparents.co.uk/regulations-surrounding-the-home-schooling-of-your-child.html). There are provisions to it (especially if the kid is in the middle of the school year) but it is entirely legal. Parents can also somewhat decide what their kids can learn in school if...
MrWayne said: DrDoomz said: 2) Look at the video. You can see the kids taking part in the protests (even the video mentions that protests are coming from students and parents). 2a) Children at this age cannot decide for themselves, ultimately it is the parent (unless they are found to be provably grossly negligent/harmful to their kids in w/c case, the state will have to step in)...
MrWayne said: DrDoomz said: 2) Personally, I feel they parents/students have a higher stake here than the educators themselves or the hypothetical future victims of bullying that they feel would occur if said students were not to undergo their lesson (w/c would be highly debatable slippery slope logic) thus their sentiments should be considered more strongly than the motivations...
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