The tuition fee is not enough to sign up for his son to attend elementary school. The man loses the right to support him.

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 The tuition fee is not enough to sign up for his son to attend elementary school. The man loses the right to support him.


Compulsory education is the education that all children and adolescents of school age must receive, and it is a public welfare undertaking that must be guaranteed by the state. According to the law, guardians should ensure that children of school age receive and complete compulsory education on time. This obligation is the proper meaning of guardians to fulfill their maintenance obligations.

A reminder:

The majority of parents should take the healthy growth of their children as the starting point, and avoid exceeding economic conditions, persisting in personal preferences and delaying their childrens future.

Seeing that the son arrived at the age of primary school, but the ex-husband who had custody rights did not sign up for the child, the childs mother sued for a change in the custody relationship. Recently, Chengdu Business Daily - Red Star News learned from the Peoples Court of Jinjiang District of Chengdu that the fathers refusal to attend primary school for children of the right age in accordance with the time name violates the sons legal right to receive compulsory education. Finally, the court decided to change Tus dependency relationship to that of his mother Cheng.

Private primary school tuition fees are not enough and they refuse to register for their sons in other primary schools

Cheng Mou and Tu Mou were originally husbands and wives. In 2016, when they agreed to divorce, they agreed that their son Tu Mous custody rights should belong to his father Tu Mou. But children live with their mothers first, and then with their fathers when they are in the first grade of primary school.

In 2019, his son Tu Mou reached the age of primary school. According to the enrollment policy of primary school students in Chengdu, his household registration with his father can actually attend a public primary school in Chengdu. But mother Cheng Mou was told by the school that the registration time had passed, and Tu Mou had not signed up for his son.

In May 2019, anxious Cheng filed a lawsuit with the court, asking for a change in the dependency relationship to ensure that his son was enrolled in elementary school.

The peoples court of Jinjiang District found that Tu Mou did not agree with the teaching ideas of public primary schools and other private primary schools. He hoped that his son would attend a private primary school with higher tuition fees, but Tu Mou could not raise enough funds to pay tuition fees. Tu said that he needed to sell a set of his own house to pay for his tuition, but the house was late to be sold. As of July this year, Tu had not enrolled his son in any primary school.

Infringement on the legitimate rights and interests of sons in compulsory education

Men lose custody

According to the Court, according to the provisions of the Compulsory Education Law, all children and adolescents of the right age with the nationality of the Peoples Republic of China, regardless of gender, nationality, race, family property status, religious beliefs, enjoy equal rights to compulsory education according to law, and fulfill their obligations to receive compulsory education. When Cheng Mou and Tu Mou divorced, although Tu Mou was the guardian of their son in consultation, Tu Mous refusal to enroll his son in primary school seriously violated his sons legal rights and interests in compulsory education. The situation that Tumous father neglected to fulfill his guardians duty belongs to the situation of there are other legitimate reasons to change the fostering relationship stipulated in Some specific opinions of the Supreme Peoples Court on the handling of childrens upbringing in divorce cases. Therefore, the court finally decided to change Tus dependency relationship to that of his mother Cheng.

The case-taking officer said that the law encourages parents to fully negotiate when divorcing in order to ensure the healthy growth and harmonious parent-child relationship of children born in wedlock. However, in judicial practice, there are many cases in which the direct maintenance party repents or does not require the direct maintenance party to change its custody. For this reason, the Supreme Peoples Court promulgated Some Specific Opinions on the Peoples Courts Judgment of Divorce Cases to Deal with the Maintenance of Children, which stipulates several situations in which one parent requests to change the relationship of child-rearing and should be supported, such as the one living with the child is unable to continue to support because of serious illness or disability. Adoption of children, etc.

At the same time, compulsory education is the education that all children and adolescents of the right age must receive in the unified implementation of the state. It is a public welfare undertaking that the state must guarantee. According to the law, guardians should ensure that children of the right age enter school on time to receive and complete compulsory education. This obligation is due to guardiansfulfillment of their maintenance obligations. Righteousness. In this case, Tu Mous behavior can be considered as not fully fulfilling the guardians maintenance obligations and not suitable for directly raising a married child. Cheng Mou, as a mother, voluntarily assumes the duty of bringing up children in marriage, and proves that she has the ability of bringing up children in marriage. She has been living with the children in marriage before, so the Court changed to Tu Mou by Cheng Mou according to law. It is also a reminder to parents that they should take the healthy growth of their children as the starting point, and avoid exceeding economic conditions, persisting in their personal preferences and delaying their childrens future. The undertaking officer said. Source: Responsible Editor of Chengdu Business Daily: Chengyu_NBJ11143

At the same time, compulsory education is the education that all children and adolescents of the right age must receive in the unified implementation of the state. It is a public welfare undertaking that the state must guarantee. According to the law, guardians should ensure that children of the right age enter school on time to receive and complete compulsory education. This obligation is due to guardiansfulfillment of their maintenance obligations. Righteousness. In this case, Tu Mous behavior can be considered as not fully fulfilling the guardians maintenance obligations and not suitable for directly raising a married child. Cheng Mou, as a mother, voluntarily assumes the duty of bringing up children in marriage, and proves that she has the ability of bringing up children in marriage. She has been living with the children in marriage before, so the Court changed to Tu Mou by Cheng Mou according to law. It is also a reminder to parents that they should take the healthy growth of their children as the starting point, and avoid exceeding economic conditions, persisting in their personal preferences and delaying their childrens future. The undertaking officer said.