(viii) the right to receive from the other parent if the other parent leaves the state with the minor child or minor for more than forty-eight (48) hours, an itinerary including scheduled departure and return dates, planned destinations and type of travel and telephone numbers. The parent travelling with the child or children must make this information available to the other parent in order to properly inform that parent; and under the Tennessee Child Custody Act, if parents have recently accepted an education plan or if a court has recently ordered an education plan, judges are naturally reluctant to make a quick change unless there is a very, very good reason. To change child care, it is necessary to change the circumstances that significantly affect a child`s well-being. It is often difficult to prove in such a short time, even if it is not impossible. Is there anything new that is now known, but was not known at the time of the introduction of the permanent education plan? If the child is unable to adjust to a new schedule and reveals specific difficulties such as sudden grade slump, crime or depression, most courts will decide whether a change is necessary. Is the parent really trying to redo the business or renegotiate it? Then the court will probably dismiss the case. In disputed cases (and even in unselected cases) where an education plan is subject to judicial review, the State of Tennessee considers the welfare and well-being of the child to be the ultimate determinant of the decision to care and visit the children. (i) the right to have unhindered telephone conversations with the child at least twice a week, at reasonable times and at reasonable times. The parent exercising the period of education must provide the other parent with a telephone number to reach the child on days or hours set in an education plan or other court decision or, if the days and schedules are not specified, on reasonable dates; No no. In Tennessee, the application of education or visitation rights begins with a request for mediation or the filing of a petition to enforce those rights. Persistent violations of a court-ordered right to education (or visit) may lead to a change of primary parent. But if a parent has taken a child from the state and is hiding the child, then consult an experienced custody attorney in Tennessee.