Students’ Injury and Liability for PE Training in Middle School
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Fanyu Zhou and Haowei Wang
In the past decade, PE score has been an important and compulsory part of entrance exam to senior high school. Extremely high pressure results in student’poor immune system. It is not rarely reported that some young people are injured badly in PE training. This paper tries to analyse the problem that who should be liable for the students’ injury if it is not foreseeable and the school is not negligent? It is suggested that state compensation should be awarded to the victim if no one breaches his duty of care.
PE Injury; Duty of Care; Principle of Foreseeability; Eggshell Skull Rule