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A child at age 3 is just learning how to walk up and down stairs can barely control their bladder or feed themselves properly Would it make sense to put this child in school Compulsory attendance or mandatory kindergarten at the age of 3 is not the way to improve academic excellence In fact it may harm the development of young children to force them into the school system at a young age This essay will prove that formal schooling at the early age of 3 will not only fail at enhancing child development but will also violate a parents right to parent their child cost huge amounts of money to taxpayers and will actually be a waste of time for everyone later on including the toddler Children under 5 need parenting not schooling This point in the adolescents life is a critical stage in the human development process and studies have shown that time spent with a parent is the very best way to promote this growth not early school attendance like many would think Also if one made compulsory schooling start at the age of 3 then one is infringing on a parents right to have a role in their young ones life The one raising him or her should be the one there at such a young age to teach them what they feel is important After all is it not easier to believe that a parent knows what is best for their child more so than what the government thinks is best for all children The one taking care of him or her more then anyone knows when their little one is physically and mentally capable and ready for such a drastic change like school and the reality is most 3 year olds are neither Many also overlook the costs that would be associated with this kind of change Expanding the number of children required to attend school increases
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