This article explores the cultural and legal history of compulsory school attendance laws.
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Compulsory education laws require children to attend a public or state-accredited private school for a certain period of time.
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According to a 2013 study from the European Commission, 90% of consumers find it important that the origin of meat used in processed foodstuffs is labelled, while a 2014 Eurobarometer survey has highlighted that 84% of consumers are in favour of COOL for milk and dairy products.
Under the pilot scheme, foodstuffs that contain processed meat must indicate the countries of birth, rearing and slaughter of the animals. In addition, milk and foods with dairy ingredients must indicate the countries where the milking was done and where the milk was transformed.
But the Aztec Triple Alliance (which ruled modern-day central Mexico in the 15th and early 16th centuries) is widely credited as being the first nation to make education mandatory for all children.
With the Reformation (beginning in 1524), Martin Luther called for mandatory schooling laws to ensure that more Christians could read the Bible on their own. state to enact a compulsory education law in 1852, having already passed a similar law in 1647 when it was still a British colony.