Headteachers should be able to impose increased fines on parents whose children miss school without a valid reason and the money will be docked automatically from child benefit if they fail to pay, a government adviser has said. via Truancy fines should be deducted from child benefit, says behaviour adviser | Education | The Guardian.
Let me get this straight, in the UK they pay parents a benefit to have kids, then force kids to go to government schools, and if the kids don’t go to the government school they charge a fine. That entire process is too complicated and worse borderline tyrannical. How does government managing this process help anyone, other than government?