““Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a

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““Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands.” .Parental responsibility means being responsible for your child’s wellbeing, looking after your child every day, feeding and clothing your child, making decisions about their schooling, deciding whether to consent to medical treatment and making decisions about their religious upbringing. In parental rights and parental responsibilities the court upheld the power of states to force parents to ensure that their children attend school this was founded in 1925. The Supreme Court of the U.S has held that parents have a fundamental right to rear their children without undue interference by the government.…show more content…
Parental responsibility statutes are gaining popularity, at both the state and municipal levels, as society contemplates. "... if a child intentionally takes, damages or destroys property of another person, a parent of the child is liable for the loss of or damage to the property experienced as a result by an owner and by a person legally entitled to possession of the property." Violation of parental responsibility law is punished by state from state, state and local parental responsibility laws often they carry two types of sanctions which are called punitive and educational. Punitive sanctions are disciplinary consequences imposed on students who have been found responsible for University Code of Conduct violations. Some examples of punitive sanctions are Intensive Supervision Probation. This sanction allows the offender to live at home, but under severe restrictions. The offender sees the probation officer 3-5 times each week, and may have to submit to curfews, employment checks, and tests for drug or alcohol use. Educational sanctions are sanctions that the University reserves the right to assign to students in lieu of, in conjunction with, or in addition to administrative sanctions. As a parent or caregiver, you play a vital role in influencing your child's attitudes and behaviors. You serve as a role model on the use of alcohol, control the availability of alcohol
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