Well, you can do what I do and just copy and paste the text into Babelfish
. The page on legal info for Educacion Libre
gives me this (minus all the pretty formatting and rearrangement, which I added to make it more readable):
Article 27, separated 1.
1. The freedom of education is recognized.
3. The powers public guarantee the right that attends the parents so that their children receive the religious and moral formation that is in agreement with its convictions.
1. The dignity of the person, the rights inviolable that are to him inherent, the free development of the personality, the respect to the law already the rights of the others is foundation of the public order and social La Paz.
2. The norms relative to the fundamental rights and the liberties that the Constitution recognizes, will interpret in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human rights and international treaties and agreements on the same matters ratified by Spain.
UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
1. The basic training will be obligatory
3. The parents will straight have preferred to choose the type of education that will be to occur to its children.
PROTOCOL 1, I ARTICULATE 2 OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS (1952)
'To anybody will not be denied the right to the education. In the exercise of any function assumed in relation to the education and education, the State will respect the rights of the parents to assure this education and education according to its own philosophical and religious convictions.'
1. The mother country power will be always exerted in benefit of the children, in agreement with its personality, and includes/understands the following duties and faculties:
1Âº Velar by them, to have them in its company, to feed them, to educate them and to try an integral formation to them.
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