Can parents take their children out of school to go on holiday without being prosecuted?
The issue was considered by the courts earlier this year. It is now going to be determined by the highest court - the Supreme Court - probably before April next year.
Fingers crossed the judges deliver clear guidance - so schools and parents know where they stand on this contentious issue.
A long-running legal battle over whether parents are allowed to take children on holiday during term time is to be decided in the Supreme Court. The Isle of Wight Council tried to fine Jon Platt £120 for taking his daughter on a once-in-a-lifetime family holiday to Florida during term time. But magistrates backed the father, so the council appealed to the High Court, which again ruled in Mr Platt's favour. The Supreme Court has said it will allow a final challenge by the council.