عنوان مقاله [English]
Today, children's education is a social necessity and the right to education is considered one of their fundamental rights. Depriving children of this right leads to a problem for them. Therefore, Iran's legal system has made education mandatory up to the secondary level. Sometimes, some people prevent their children from studying in school, despite the provision of the required conditions. Our legal system has thought of special measures to deal with this act. Using the descriptive-analytical method and collecting data from library sources, the present research aims to answer the question: What is the reaction of our penal system to the prevention of children and adolescents from education? The results of the research indicate that since 1322 until now, the prevention of children and teenagers from education has always been subject to criminal prosecution. However, it depends on certain conditions that are explained and clarified in the present article.