Do parents have the right to raise their children? The question seems strange, but not as simple as it seems. At the very least, supporters of free education follow a different view: "Education as a deliberate formation of people according to known patterns is unproductive, illegal and impossible." There is no right to educate. Let the children know what is good for them, therefore let them educate themselves and walk the path, which they themselves will choose. " - wrote L.N. Tolstoy.
Thinking about ethical issues is useful, but it is even more necessary to know the legal side of the issue. Inform:
Dear parents! In accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, we have the right and the duty to educate our children. And the questions: "Who are you to raise children?" Who gave you the right? " answer briefly: "This right was given to me by the legislation of the Russian Federation, moreover, it is my duty."
We quote the Constitution of the Russian Federation: "Caring for children, their upbringing - the equal right and duty of parents" - Part 2 of Art. 38 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation.
And that’s all. Next, we are already dealing with our children.
Questions to you: this is whose child? - Is yours. Who is responsible for the way it grows? - Yours. - Then why is your child already stupidly sitting in front of the TV for the fourth hour, looking through the monotonous clips of Muz-TV? Why was he used to eating cakes only in the evening? Is that how you want to educate him? And if you want him to live a different life, why are you silent? Call your child and give him new instructions so that he knows how to spend time and what he can eat and can not. [/ HI]
You are either in confusion or you are coward. Stop fighting and take life into your own hands. It’s your child - control his life. It’s your duty, it’s your responsibility.
Reference to the Family Code of the Russian Federation. In accordance with Article 63 "The rights and duties of parents for the upbringing and education of children," I quote:
1). Parents have the right and duty to educate their children. Parents are responsible for the upbringing and development of their children. They are obliged to take care of the health, physical, mental, spiritual and moral development of their children. Parents have a pre-emptive right to educate their children before all other persons. 2). Parents are required to ensure that children receive basic general education and create the conditions for them to obtain a secondary (complete) general education. Parents, taking into account the opinions of children, have the right to choose the educational institution and the form of education for children.
Also, in accordance with the law, parents are required to support their minor children, that is, to give them everything they need for their healthy life and development. But to buy things for children that they will brag to their peers is not the responsibility of the parents. Also, the child does not have the right to entertain himself with games. How much and when our children will be entertained - we decide, parents, thinking about the affairs of the family and the future of our children - the future to which we are obliged to prepare our children.
Parents are not required to buy toys for a child to entertain.
All that parents bought for the child remains in the property of the parents. Children have all these things in a mode of responsible storage and use them on the conditions that their parents have formulated. If children use their things or toys incorrectly, their parents take them.
Clarification of children of any age
Dear child! Pay attention: according to the legislation of the Russian Federation, your parents do not have the duty to serve your wishes, prepare breakfast for you, when you can do it yourself, and there is no obligation to buy you what you want: a computer, a new phone, etc., all your friends. They can do this if you behave yourself worthy.
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