Child's education


#1

Dear mathkittycat:

Greetings. Some of this information he can get by going to the school or calling the school. I am sure that the administration and teachers do not have time to mail letters back and forth to him.

Now, his rights depend on what the parties’ agreement or court order says. What type of custody does he have and what does his agreement or court order say? Thanks

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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#2

What rights do Non-custodial parents have regarding being informed about their children’s education? My fiance’s ex won’t let him know when there are conferences (that he would like to attend), what they get on their report cards, when there are field trips that he needs to give the kids money for, programs, or anything. He wrote a letter to the teachers asking to be kept informed, but received no response. If he is entitled to be kept informed about the children’s progress in school, how does he go about informing the proper people. The people at the school said he has no rights as NCP, but the people at the school where I teach say legally the NCP must be kept informed if they request it.