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Education is regarded universally as a social good and governments, families, civil society and businesses invest significant financial resources in educational opportunity with the hope that children will become flourishing and productive members of society. International human rights law recognizes the importance of educational rights and the unique role of parents in making decisions about their children’s education. In light of the authority and practice of most countries to enact restrictive compulsory attendance laws that favor public education, how can policymakers (and should they) facilitate access to home education? What are the best practices in regulation? How does home education affect policymaker concerns such as budget, education access, competitiveness, and maintaining pluralism? Legislators and ministers of education from around the globe will share best practices and experiences.