The decision of Carlow District Court to fine a couple €2,000 for asserting a constitutional right to educate their children at home is not an example of the state dominating the education process, but rather a recognition of the fact that the rights of Irish children are protected by having a system which checks that they are receiving a certain minimum education.
In Ireland, the right to educate at home is subject to the state's...
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