时间：2019-12-13 14:46:18 来源：教育心得 浏览：4435 次
No.1 Middle School in Jiaokou County, Shanxi Province recently launched a hot search on Weibo. According to reports, a parent disclosed that the middle school issued a notice on December 8, forbidding students to buy online and send express delivery to the school in the name of students, and confiscating them if found. In response, the county's Education Bureau said: Although the school prohibits online shopping, parents can send things to their children.
It is understood that the school is very remote, and the students are basically living in a closed school. They usually buy some clothes, food and learning supplies online, so it is difficult to understand the notice and feel "out of touch with the times".
As soon as it happened, a lot of netizens were against it, supported it, understood it and doubted it. Some people say that middle school is not a university, many middle schools are forbidden to carry mobile phones, and it's OK to prohibit online shopping. It is also said that this is contrary to the development direction of the times and is not humanized.
The lawyer said the act violated the rights of the students
In response to the issue of whether the school has the right to confiscate children's express delivery, the reporter specially consulted lawyer Guo of the relevant law firm. Lawyer Guo told reporters that such a one size fits all provision of the school is certainly inappropriate. At present, there is no relevant legal provisions to give the school this right, which is an infringement of the rights of these minors.