Your parents should worry. Their failure to ever meet with school officials regarding your truancy constitutes criminal child neglect. They can go to jail for your truancy.
If you make it to high school, which I kind of doubt at this point because the school will not pass you if missed too many days, then you will start with a clean slate. I'd take advantage of that, quit making excuses, suck it up, and go to school. That's because if you're truant in high school, that will directly effect your future, especially if you ever plan to go to any decent college to make something of yourself and not just end up in a life of abject poverty. But if abject poverty is what you want, then go ahead and keep being truant. Plus, if you do, then you can have the joy of maybe having your parents sent to jail for child neglect and you getting sent to a foster home and/or juvenile detention for truancy.
As for your learner's permit, which I'm assuming refers to learning to drive, school attendance or having a criminal record has nothing to do with it.