“Never the same, we copy and change.”
Home school is universal. School was needed back when most people couldn't read or write, but that was a long time ago. Most parents work from home anyway or take time from work for the most important job of teaching their kids.
Playgroups are common for the young kids. Parents and children get together to socialise and support each other. No one would ever consider leaving children in the care of a stranger.
Up until twelve or thirteen, they're kept in the village where they are safe and everyone knows everyone else. Then they take part in the numerous clubs in town. Sports, music, dance, science, building, computing and arts of many kinds are popular.
Everyone with a skill is also a teacher. It's part of the culture of sharing that replaced competition. Education is a lifelong pursuit of learning and sharing what you know. Everyone is forever a student and a teacher.
If one is good at teaching, then students flock to them. If one isn't then they won't. There's no need to force people to learn, there never has been. Learning is the way of all life.
At age fourteen or fifteen most teenagers start working at the four work sectors of health, engineering, horticulture and design. This is where they find out what they're interested in doing. Knowledge from all sectors is needed in most occupations so teens tend to spend time at them all. There's no fixed curriculum, learning is done on the job.
What determines one's occupation is what one's good at doing, what one likes doing and what needs doing. Things have a way of working out as long as nothing is forced.
By sixteen or seventeen most teenagers are working under supervision at their chosen occupation for however long it takes to become good enough to work unsupervised.