The present book represents a comparison between Romania and Bulgaria in respect of Roma children’s compulsory education. When describing Roma individuals, countless European citizens admit qualities such as: lazy, miserable, thieves, uneducated and untrustworthy and simply state that they don't want people from Roma minority around them. However, due to the exponential growth of Roma population in Romania and Bulgaria coupled with the free movement policies inside the EU, it might be that, soon if not already, the luxury of not being around Roma minority will not be feasible any longer. Thus, I intend to present a summary of their needs and problems by revealing the factors that shape a child or a teenager into what we see in the media and most likely in the streets. Therefore, let’s jointly undertake a radiography of the Romanian and Bulgarian compulsory school educational system for the Roma children. In conclusion, let’s try to comprehend and decide whether these children get any change or all the odds are against them, whether they are just being born miserable, lazy, cheaters, criminal individuals or the educational system is perpetuating a never ending, growing problem.