Basic Education Law and Legal Definition
Basic education refers to the attainment of literacy, arithmetic competence, and elementary vocational skills.
A sound basic education should consist of the skills necessary to obtain employment, and to competently discharge one's civic responsibilities. In the U.S., It is the responsibility of parents to send their children to school for basic education in the U.S.
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