1. "It seems privileged to attack a system that has provided many opportunities for people"
No more critiques of property & policing then either. Colonialist apparatus must not be questioned. And your statement assumes coercive hierarchical education is privilege? That's just one opinion, doesn't speak for most anarchists or have much to do with anarchism at all.
2. "It is many of our own compulsory educations that make us articulate enough to voice these opinions"
It is many of our own experiences of oppression that make us so articulate in analyzing and confronting oppression. So what? Do you think we couldn't have learning without the Western or Eastern formal schooling practices? That's a hell of an ethnocentric assumption.
3. "And today thousands of people all over the world risked their life for their own education or their child's"
People also sacrifice their entire lives for careers doing things they hate to buy things they don't need to plug up a gaping hole of meaninglessness in side them. People sacrifice their lives in pointless wars for politicians they hate for a country that never served them. We are all deluded by the hegemonic ideology of the reigning system.
4. You're drawing a false binary of compulsory education and some sort of idle apathy. People are drawn to learning until it's crushed out of them as children, or squeezed back into them in ways that don't fit. People are curious and desire meaningful participation in their own lives, not coercive indoctrination.
5. Compulsory education as it exists in all nation-states is one of the primary tools of indoctrination into the ideology of power. It's an assembly line for drones that conditions people into submission, snitching, hierarchy, punishment, competition, alienation, and apathy. Any circumstantial freedom, conviviality, mutual aid, critical thinking, or personal growth will be discarded for the sake of order if it threatens the institution. We can live intentional lives full of analytical prowess, emotional skills, and contemporary and historical knowledge, without compulsory education. Many cultures on Earth have done so, and we can too. I've seen it in many unschooled children among autonomous communities in real life and I'm convinced.