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Radio interview with homeschool mother ordered to send daughter to school
Argentine court orders mother to send daughter to school
Compulsory Education Ages: 5-17
Legal Status: There is no legislation that expressly prohibits homeschooling. According to Articles 264 and 265 of the Civil Code of Argentina (Código Civil de la República Argentina), as well as Articles 6 and 128 of the National Education Act (Ley 26.206), parents and the family are primary agents in the lives of children. These laws state that
Homeschoolers attempted to have home education included in the 2006 review of the education law, but were unsuccessful in their efforts. Homeschooling is not yet formally recognized as an alternative form of education. This makes it difficult for homeschoolers to obtain academic certificates and diplomas.
Country needs: Authorities who are willing to interpret Argentine laws in favor of homeschooling. Homeschool support organizations. Pro-homeschool curriculum and study materials.
Last Updated: January 1, 2016