Loads of kids in Shropshire in central England have been fighting to save their schools by protesting on the streets.
Schools in the area were empty on Wednesday, as hundreds of kids took part in the demonstrations.
The local council wants to close some smaller schools, and send the children to bigger ones.
But campaigners say closing the schools will rip the heart out of local communities.
A drop in the number of babies being born has led to fewer children going to school in some areas.
Education costs money, and some people say its cheaper to send lots of kids to one big school, rather than having them scattered out at lots of smaller schools.
And Shropshire isn't the only place affected, with other councils in England and in Wales considering shutting some of their rural schools.