Compulsory registration and CME

You know those optical illusion pictures which you see one thing and then after staring at it for while suddenly the whole image flips and you see a different one? I just had one of those moments with regard to the argument that home educated children should be registered ‘to help’ LAs with their duty to find Children Missing Education (CME).

Maybe the issue is really that the publicly acknowledged existence of thousands of home educated children not known to their LA draws unwanted attention to the fact that those LAs aren’t in fact trying to find CME, or at least not trying very hard.

Last Modified: Wednesday, August 4th, 2010 @ 12:21

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One Response to “Compulsory registration and CME”

  1. I just keep looking at that picture trying to make it be something else, but I can’t seem to do it. That’s going to drive me crazy the rest of the day. Please don’t make me think this hard!

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