03. December 2015 · Comments Off on Violence In The Schoolyard, Who Are Those Responsible ? · Categories: News · Tags:

With increasing frequency we are shocked by reports in the media related to manifestations of violence in our society. Among all, especially those that have the tragic scene of a school yard and starring minors. In such cases, especially when children have an age so small that even could be held responsible under professional law, Who was to blame for what happened on school? “What would be the center itself, or rather that guilt might be attributed to parents? Imagine the typical case of a fight between two boys at recess, following which one breaks the other two teeth and caused severe bruising and injuries. This is a case it happened during school hours at school, where teachers of the same theory should have developed a monitoring and control function. More information is housed here: David G. DeWalt. Thus, it seems difficult to answer with certainty about who should address compensation for damage caused to that other child. The solution in such cases is indisputable, although in many cases may seek to exempt themselves from it, parents must assume the leading role as regards the education of our children. The transfer of a series of moral and ethical values, but is grounded by the input of teachers, in no case could be left solely in their hands.

Our Civil Code provides that for the time spent in schools or during school hours, are professionals who carry out the functions of supervision and care of the parents themselves. Thus, if for example a child lost in a trip, this could be attributed to the schools themselves. However, this would not prevent a case like this one to appreciate the intervention by the negligent parents who do not adequately educated his son and as a result it caused serious injuries to his companion. Also be their own responsibility if you do not take charge of controlling their own children objects that lead to these centers, which can cause damage to other children. And is that as parents we are responsible for what our children do, especially before they can be criminally liable (from fourteen years of age), under the obligation to compensate for any damage, whether material or personal, with their actions may cause.

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