By Lars Valerian Ahlfors, Lipman Bers
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83 The United States illustrates a different model of federalism in which most states start education at ages 6 or 7 and complete between 16 and 18. There has been a growing tendency for states to raise the age to 18. 84 Maryland has also followed suit more recently. Undoubtedly, this trend reveals that education is being conceived as an economic benefit in the face of challenges from China and other emerging economic powers. That compulsory education has become a live public issue was reflected in President Barack Obama’s 2012 State of the Union International Perspective 31 address when he moved into a territory traditionally occupied by the states in calling for new laws: When students don’t walk away from their education, more of them walk the stage to get their diploma.
28 While laws responded to rising levels of voluntary enrollment, they also gradually facilitated an acceptance of universal and compulsory schooling. 29 The claim that laws did not increase attendance may have been true over the initial decades after a law was passed, but in subsequent decades they became part of the common sense of schooling, particularly when the social, economic, and political context became conducive to full enforcement of the law. Secondary Education and the School-Leaving Age As state education expanded, a range of new interest groups made the case for further extensions in the school-leaving age.
Countries varied in terms of ensuring attendance and those, such as Italy, that had only recently been unified, struggled to achieve uniform levels of school attendance across the whole country. 18 For International Perspective 17 many decades after the passage of such laws, young people could be found working in industry, domestic labor, and agricultural work rather than attending school. In many cases, exemptions were allowed for a variety of reasons, not only employment related. 21 The processes of mass socialization by which many people came to accept and, in some cases, embrace schooling in terms of opportunity and individual expression drew upon varied resources.
Advances in the Theory of Riemann Surfaces, Proceedings of the 1969 Stony Brook Conference by Lars Valerian Ahlfors, Lipman Bers