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    Parents of all ages should attend this class so that they may be able to actually know the difference of right and wrongs to raise their children. I also believe these classes should be provided with child care funded by the government so that they have no excuse of why they did not attend the class. All ages of parents should be able to take care of their kids why not give them a class so that they may be able to do it right the first time.


    Parenting is the only job where you are required to be successful in many areas/skills. Such as being responsible for the creation of an entire human being, their physical, social, emotional, health and their well being.
    All parents are require parenting classes because many of them are inexperience and raise their child or children poorly. This will benefit both parents and children as less conflicts will occur and more positive things will occur. I believe this can only bring a positive impact and the only loss is time.

  • I think yes!

    Parenting is the only job in the world where you are required to be skillful in so many areas, being responsible for the creation of an entire human being, their physical, social, emotional, health and economic well being. Would we send our children to a doctor or surgeon with no training? A teacher who only learn his trade by watching his mum and dad do it!

  • Yes of course

    Is unconstitutional to require parents to take parenting classes. The government would be overreaching in demanding that people do something, which is a similar argument advanced against the Affordable Care Act, although the Affordable Care Act was within the Constitution because it affects interstate commerce. In contrast, parenting does not.

  • I believe all parents should attend parenting classes.

    I think all parents require parenting classes because many of them are inexperience and raise their child or children poorly. This will benefit both parents and children as less conflicts will occur and more positive things will occur. I believe this can only bring a positive impact and the only loss is time.

  • It is against the Constitution to require parents to take parenting classes

    It is unconstitutional to require parents to take parenting classes. The government would be overreaching in demanding that people do something, which is a similar argument advanced against the Affordable Care Act, although the Affordable Care Act was within the Constitution because it affects interstate commerce. In contrast, parenting does not.

  • They cost to much.

    If you want to take parenting classes then you it's about $400 for couples, about $340 for a single person. What if you can't afford it? What if you don't afford all of it? You want to know where you can get free advice, your parents or a friend? It's not that hard people.

  • Of course we should....Not

    Every parent who has even a slight bit of respect for this topic realizes that you can never be too good as a parent. Even the best parents in the world could learn CPR or other vital resources that impact the duty of parenting........But who the heck wants to be forced to attend classes? Forced seems like a term even good parents who want classes can't accept.

  • Not all should

    Some people are just naturally good parents and should not be required to take courses if they are not necessary. However, those that are struggling with their parenting styles or those who need some advice on how to be a good parent should attend parenting classes because it could help.


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