ESO (Compulsory Secondary Education) is essential in the life of a teenager. And not only that: in Spain it is compulsory until the age of 16. However, there are young people who can refuse to continue with ESO studies. This causes a very uncomfortable family situation, since it is not something over which parents have power: as we say, ESO is mandatory by law and must be completed effectively.
We are going to give you four keys to try to solve the conflict and for your child to finally be convinced of how necessary it is to finish ESO for their educational future. However, if the situation gets out of hand, he always remembers to seek the specialized help of psychologists or psychiatrists.