"The judge ordered Rosa to send his daughter to school and told him she may not be late or have any unexcused absences. She may attend private school but cannot be homeschooled, the judge said. “I do not take this matter lightly,” Tatti said. “You have deprived your child of the one thing that our government has been fairly good at doing, and that is offering an education to the children of this nation. It is her right, as far as I am concerned, to have an education, and you don’t have the right to deprive her of that. She will be in school.” If she’s not, the judge said Rosa could face up to 180 days in jail for contempt of court."