30 Interesting and Unusual Things That Are Illegal

August 5, 2018
Comments (6)
  1. Chris D says:

    @15. We (Military) are allowed to Homeschool in Germany. My kids attend German school and when one of them was having some difficultly in school, we suggested we might take them out and homeschool. The teachers reacted as if we said we were going to chain them to the wall and beat them. It’s completely unheard of to homeschool. Our kids seemed to get some extra attention after that.

    1. Valentina says:

      Yes, because in Germany a teacher is a professional. Teaching at a school requires a university degree (at least 4 years) and two years of practical training at a school. This way it is ensured that a person is qualified to be a teacher and has knowledge and practise of pedagogical concepts. No parent can have this qualification unless you’re not a teacher yourself. But then the school is also a place to learn social interaction with age peers.

    2. THAT guy says:

      Pure out of interest, how exactly do you perform this homeschooling if you are in military service? Do you not work 8 hours a day then?

      1. Chris D says:

        My wife teaches them and has an education background.

  2. mijk says:

    4. Should be illegal everywhere.

    1. rudy says:

      Well, it’s also illegal in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Jtaly, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland. I wonder why it’s not, say, illegal to deny the American Indian Holocaust or the Holodomor of Ukraine, or Armenian Genocide! Weird!

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